by Theresa Sirois, Social Media Coordinator

The Clean Bedroom family is overjoyed to announce that this month marks our 10th anniversary.

 “We’re thrilled to achieve such a major milestone,” says co-founder/co-owner Chris Chamberlin. “Our success is truly a testament to the growing awareness of the importance of being as healthy as possible every day—and every night, too.”


We started in a tiny home office!

The Clean Bedroom was founded a decade ago, after Chamberlin’s husband and business partner, Ted Duquette, discovered the toxic nightmares that lurk in conventional mattresses. First an online-only company, launched from the spare bedroom of the couple’s home in Eliot, ME, The Clean Bedroom has grown to become the country’s premier resource for organic mattresses, bedding, and accessories, with sleep showrooms in Kittery and Portland, ME, Wellesley, MA, Greenwich, CT, New York, NY, Austin, TX, Santa Monica, CA, and NOW Brooklyn, NY. 

Each of our showrooms will be offering 10th anniversary-inspired deals over Thanksgiving Weekend including great giveaways, very special discounts, and more. Stay tuned to our Facebook page, Twitter and Instagram for more details! 

NYC showroom02k-2In addition, The Clean Bedroom will be holding a Perfect-10 (years in business) Sleep Giveaway throughout November and December. The winner will receive a customized Naturally Organic Oyasumi Queen Latex Mattress (valued at $2,630). 


“Reaching our 10th anniversary is a really big deal,” says Chamberlin. “And we can’t wait celebrate all month long, and to thank our customer with green gifts.” 

To enter to WIN this amazing mattress, stop by your local showroom or click HERE

Stay tuned all month for more FUN and exciting contests and giveaways! 

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