Fairfield County Edition

The Clean Bedroom Opens New Showroom in Greenwich

Maine-based The Clean Bedroom celebrated the recent opening of its new Greenwich showroom with a Grand Green Opening event on September 28, 2013 at its new location across from Whole Foods.

“There are very few showrooms like this in the country,” says Christine Chamberlin, co-owner of The Clean Bedroom. “I trust Greenwich area residents will take advantage of their proximity to this unique resource.”
The Clean Bedroom sells organic and all-natural mattresses—comparable in price to many conventional options— as well as mattress toppers, bedding, pillows, and air purifiers for bedrooms, nurseries, and dorms. They also sell green dog beds. Co-owner Chamberlin personally researches each and every brand sold, often visiting the factories to inspect materials and production qualities. 
The Clean Bedroom has seven showrooms in the U.S., including the newest location in Greenwich. The company’s mission is to provide eco-minded shoppers with insight and personalized service to create a healthier sleep environment. 


Location: 79 East Putnam Avenue, Greenwich. For more information, call 866-380-5892 or visit TheCleanBedroom.com. See ad, page 3.

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