There aren’t many things nicer in life than slipping into a bed made of clean and comfy sheets at the end of the day, but when those sheets are sustainability made from 100% organic flax based linen – that comfort factor goes up to a whole new level!
Weft Textiles are a bedding, homewares and loungewear studio dedicated to social and environmental responsibility. Their ranges are made from 100% organic and sustainably made flax based linens and cottons and use natural plant dyes, certified by the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS). The team ensure no chemicals are using in the making of any of their products.
A textile product carrying the GOTS label grade organic must contain a minimum of 95% certified organic fibres whereas a product with the label grade ‘made with organic’ must contain a minimum of 70% certified organic fibres. Weft aims to sustain environmental and social benefits at every stage of the making, beginning with the way in which the plants for their textiles are grown and harvested, through to manufacturing processes.
Weft work closely with Australian based family-owned manufacturing companies to produce their garments. They are supporters of the slow fashion movement and are committed to producing small scale, limited edition products. Their bedding range, for example is so gorgeous and dreamy that you’ll never want to get rid of it anyway!
Inspired by travels to South East Asia and the Caribbean, the colourways are relaxed and subtle, evoking a laid back and grounded lifestyle. Colours such as natural, sage, cumulus, rose, indigo, amber, charcoal and white can be easily teamed with almost any interior or garment, and they muted tones ensure they can easily be mixed and matched together.
The aesthetic is minimalist and luxurious, and the highest quality fabrics will ensure that you’ll be enjoying these products for many years to come.
Nadine is the founder and editor of Eco Edition and founder of the Eco Edition Design School. She’s an experienced interior designer, sustainable materials consultant, speaker and serial home renovator.