We use bamboo fabrics for the majority of our products, the raw material bamboo is certified organic, bamboo yarn is certified by Oeko-Tex Standard 100 which is safe even for baby products. Bamboo supplies 30% more oxygen than trees, requires NO pesticides to grow, anti-microbial, hypo-allergenic and anti-bacterial, breathable insulation, machine washable, soft and silky.


We use silk for trims, clothing, and pillows. Natural, renewable and biodegradable protein fiber. It is strong yet soft, with temperature-regulating properties, which make silk excellent a natural insulator in different environments. It can be made into fine and elegant fabrics on their own or blended with other natural fibers for a more exotic and textured feel.


We use Burlap for many of our sachets, pillows and table top accessories. Jute is a natural bast fiber, a vegetable fiber composed of cellulose, which is the main building material of all plants, like all natural fibers jute is totally biodegradable.


The rainforest Java kapok tree has many uses – we use the silky fibers that are in the seeds of the tree for stuffing our pillows and toys.


We use hemp for clothing and blankets, the fabric is certified lead free by Intertek. It can be grown in most climates, needs little water, and requires no pesticides or herbicides to grow, high moisture absorbency, their fibers are considered the strongest known to mankind next to silk and the fabrics age very well.


We use organic cotton in our clothing and it is blended with many of our bamboo and hemp fibers to create blankets and wraps. Organic cotton is an ecologically responsible and green fiber. It is never genetically modified and does not use any highly polluting agro-chemicals such as those found in pesticides, herbicides and many fertilizers. All organic cotton producers must meet GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) standards in their cultivation and production practices.


We use linen for clothing, pillows and sachets. One of the world’s oldest fabrics, linen is woven from the fibers of the flax plant and is a completely natural resource. The production of linen fabric uses five to twenty times less water and energy than the production of cotton or other synthetic fabrics.  Linen is biodegradable and recyclable.