Responsible fabrics

Responsible fabrics

An enduring trend that we are happy to encourage.

CMO Paris – Natural fibers
Palm leaf, Abaca, water hyacinth and hemp: CMO Paris has a passion for natural fibers and processes these sustainable materials into rich and tactile fabrics: for on the wall, as a covering and for the window. The authentic and delicate quality of natural grasses and leaves comes into its own in woven structures. To do so, CMO Paris works with local artisans worldwide.

Rubelli – Econyl
Rubelli designs the finest interior and upholstery fabrics with sustainable materials. The Java, Martinique, Lollipop, Cuba Libre and Vibrations collections are colorful and graphic, and above all, responsible. The fabrics are made with less water and energy but most importantly with eco-materials: yarns made from the beans of the Wonder Tree and an eco-viscose spun from wood pulp.

Élitis – Masters of Linen
Élitis is known for their beautiful linen fabrics: all linen comes from France, and everything is woven in Belgium or Italy. Élitis may even call itself Masters of Linen, and that certificate means that Elitis’ linen fabrics are guaranteed to come from Europe. Collections such as Gypsies, Anjuna, City Linen, Assouan and Stucco are thus sustainable, responsible and also locally produced.

C&C New Life Cashmere
A new development from Italian brand C&C Milano are quilted fabrics for bedspreads. Quilted blankets are not only warm, but above all decorative in the bedroom. Extra warmth C&C now brings with eco-friendly “new life cashmere” of the highest quality, upcycled as filling for the blankets. Combined with a breathable ticking and beautiful colors and designs we have come to expect from C&C Milano, and then responsibly.

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