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As a part of our journey towards sustainability, we are focussing on new ways to reduce plastic in our products, through thoughtful design and the sourcing of innovative materials, and at the same time to reduce unnecessary plastic and waste throughout our supply chain.

From idea to creation 

We are committed to introducing more sustainable materials and plastic-free products into our collections, maintaining the highest compliance standards in every detail.

From factory to front door 

After being designed in our London studios, our products are then manufactured all over the world. To reduce our carbon footprint, we opt to use sea freight and consolidate all containers for efficient shipping, avoiding air freight when possible.

From supplier to warehouse

We are currently auditing all our supplier's packaging and helping them source recyclable and biodegradable materials as a planet-friendly replacement. 

From warehouse to customer

To ensure we can re-use or recycle all original packaging, we are taking the following steps:

- All dispatched orders will be packed in recycled cardboard.

- Unusable boxes will be shredded and used instead of bubble wrap or other protective plastic.   

- We have switched from wasteful plastic tape to recyclable paper packing tape to seal up all boxes dispatched from our UK warehouse.

- We are introducing a new system of symbols to draw attention to material qualities and manufacturing processes, including plastic-free, food-safe, recycled, recyclable, and biodegradable.


Here are a few of our latest planet-friendly product initiatives:

Lunch and storage bags made from recycled plastic bottles.


Cushions and throws recycled from post-industrial textile waste


Rugs and baskets made from jute, a fast-growing natural material that does not require the use of pesticides or fertilisers and is fully biodegradable.

Baskets made from seagrass, a fast-growing and biodegradable material.

Cutlery and plates made from solid bamboo, a fast-growing plant that does not require the use of pesticides or fertilisers and is harvested from a sustainable supply source.

Stainless steel water bottles for replacing single-use plastic alternatives.

Glass water bottles for replacing single-use plastic alternatives.

*body is recyclable, contains some plastic components in the lid.

Ceramic travel mugs with silicone seal to replace single-use coffee cups.