Putting sustainability at the forefront of our design and development processes, a study into recycled products and sustainable materials directed and informed the creation of four innovative collections that reduce the impact on the environment without compromising on quality.

A grey bed on a pebble beach next to the sea.

Responsibly combining style with practicality

Made entirely of environmentally conscious, sustainable materials such as 100% PET recycled polyester from waste plastic bottles, recycled wool, recycled acrylic and Tencel lyocell. Each fabric is fully recyclable, meaning they can be repurposed for future use and are therefore ‘circular’ in nature.

Two chairs on a pebble beach in front of a cliff.

Charity Partnerships

As part of our commitment to reducing the impact on the environment, we have partnered with two charitable organisations focussing on two key areas of environmental importance and will be donating a percentage of proceeds for every metre of fabric sold.

Marine Conservation Society

For Wave and Flow, both produced from recycled plastic bottles, we have partnered with the Marine Conservation Society, a charity centred around plastic waste reduction and issues regarding plastic waste in our seas, on shores and for wildlife.

Two women picking up litter on a beach.

Trees For Life

For Fleck Eco and Leaf II, collections that use recycled and sustainable materials, we are supporting Trees for Life, a rewilding charity in the Scottish Highlands focussed on reforestation and biodiversity.

A forest of green and yellow trees.

A more responsible approach to interiors

Two chairs on a pebble beach.

Fleck Eco

Sustainable Textured Chenille

Two sofas on a pebble beach.

Wave

PET Recycled Plain

Grey fabric hung on a line.

Leaf II

Recycled Wool

Two cushions and a blanket on a long sofa.

Flow

PET Recycled Weaves

Our Sustainable Manufacturing Processes

Made from Tencel Lyocell, Recycled Wool, Recycled Acrylic & 100% PET Recycled Polyester.

Wool and acrylic yarns are obtained from recycled clothing, knits and unused fabric offcuts from the fashion industry. Different fibres are extracted from mixed compositions, the repurposed yarns are then blended together and spun into new fibres ready to be woven.

The Tencel lyocell is sourced from FSC (Forest Stewardship Certified) eucalyptus trees and can be used in place of other regenerated cellulose fibres such as viscose rayon. Using a sustainable manufacturing process, wood chips are made which are then broken down into pulp, turned into Tencel fibre and spun into yarn.

The benefits of using Tencel lyocell include the traceable and sustainable origin of the wood pulp, and the use of non-toxic chemicals and solvents in the fibre processing.

The polyester is sourced from recycled plastic bottles. The bottles are ground down to produce PET polyester (polyethylene terephthalate), this is then melted to produce filaments which are then spun into yarn.

Made With Recycled Yarns Made With Sustainable Yarns

Made from 100% PET Recycled Polyester

Waste plastic bottles are first cleaned and made into flakes which are blended, melted and turned into chips. The chips are then melted again, extruded and made into a fibre which is then spun into a yarn, and finally dyed and woven into fabric.

Made With Recycled Yarns

Made from 100% Recycled Wool

Unwanted woollen fabrics including clothing, knits and offcuts from the fashion industry are collected and then repurposed into new wool yarns. They are first sorted and separated by colour, then shredded and blended together, then spun into new fibres ready to be woven.

Made With Recycled Yarns

Made from 100% PET Recycled Polyester

Waste plastic bottles are first cleaned and made into flakes which are blended, melted and turned into chips. The chips are then melted again, extruded and made into a fibre which is then spun into a yarn, and finally dyed and woven into fabric.

Made With Recycled Yarns
Three grey chairs on a cliff ridge.

Customers wanting to recycle their fabrics can visit their nearest reuse and recycling centre or local textile bank.

Use the search below to find your nearest textile recycling bank in the UK.