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Let’s stop waste once and for all! We bring you our sustainable textiles

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Do you know how much water is used each year in the creation of cotton textiles? Around 222 billion cubic metres. When we started out on the journey of creating our new textile collection we were certain of one thing: choosing environmentally friendly textiles that completely avoid damage and waste during production was the only way we wanted to work.

We bring you our new collection of sustainable textiles, with a range of pieces developed using recycled fibres or totally biodegradable materials such as linen.

 

 Are you ready to help us build a cleaner future?

 

Linen textiles and Linen bedding

 

Both the kitchen textiles and bedding featured in our collection centre around the use of linen, a 100% natural and sustainable fibre. Its origins in organic farming mean that it can be considered a totally biodegradable fabric, along with its low water consumption during the growing stage.


 

Our linen products proudly carry the STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX label, certifying that they are free from substances that could be harmful to the skin. Linen is highly resistant, easy to care for and doesn’t require ironing.  

 

Poufs and cushion covers made from recycled fibres

 

95% of discarded textiles could actually be recycled. Why create new pieces if we can reuse those that already exist? The cushion covers and poufs featured in our new collection are made from 100% recycled cotton fibre, recycled polyester and other recycled fibres. They carry the Global Recycled Standard seal, guaranteeing that all the materials used are recycled.  


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