Together for a healthier planet, that's what we are all about!
We like to help you make more ecologically responsible choices.
You can recognise our sustainable & recycled products by the icon with the green leaf.
Read more about what a 'sustainable' product entails below.
In order to be considered a recycled fabric, at least 50% of the fibres must come from production residues or post-consumer waste.
In addition, the water consumption and CO2 emissions of the production process
and transport also play a major role in terms of sustainability.
made from leftover fabric
Our patchwork duvet covers are made from fabric leftovers from our confection.
The pieces of fabric that are cut off for the 'bottleneck' of duvet covers are matched together and used to create these 100% recycled duvet covers, completed with wooden buttons at the foot end.
1. Less waste
2. No extra fabric production needed
By choosing a composition of 50% cotton and 50% viscose,
we drastically save water during the production process.
Viscose is a cellulose fibre that is extracted from wood pulp.
In addition, we choose viscose from LENZING ECOVERO,
fibres derived from sustainably managed forestry
and with lower CO2 emissions than conventional viscose.
The soft fabric has a very refined look and is a top eco-friendly product.