Choose the absolute best mattress you can afford. Natural is good, however, organic is better. Several companies have begun to manufacture natural beds with lower levels of fire retardant chemicals and a new foam that does not off-gas as much as the old polyurethane foams did. Look for one without a Teflon finish to repel stains. If you are ready and able to take the plunge to invest in your sleep and your health, buy a totally organic sleep system. The rubber tree fluid used to create the latex, the wool and cotton used to wrap the mattress, and the FSC wood and adhesives are all put together using an old European technology to provide one of the gentlest, natural comfort levels in sleep that there is, all chemical-free.The second option to consider, if the price is not affordable for the investment in a totally organic sleep system, is to get rid of your conventional mattress at least and buy either an organic latex foam mattress or an inner spring mattress with organic upholstery coverings. Another choice is to buy a cotton mattress or futon made with organic materials.What you put on your bed is also important in the romantic bedroom setting. Invest in the best mattress cover and barrier cloth that you can afford to protect your mattress. There are several companies that bring in organic cotton bedding from India and one that contracts American farmers to grow organic cotton in the USA. The quality of the bedding is good, the cotton soft and, the best part of all, there are no chemicals used in the entire process from seed to sheet. Don't forget that your pillows and duvets should be of wool, feathers, down, cotton or silk.