Zero Waste, Beautiful Life

A beautiful home shouldn’t have to mean a dirtier planet.

Homes we've refreshed & renewed

From day one, our goal has been to help people fall in love with their homes over and over again by upcycling their sofas instead of throwing them away. But as we set about fulfilling our mission, we also realised that we wanted to do it without sending more waste to our landfills. The result? A growing desire to create with intention, and our Zero Waste program.

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Why Zero Waste?

Because we know the ugly truth about the textile industry:

21,000,000,000

The number of pounds of textile waste that ends up in landfills in the U.S alone, every year.

82

The number of pounds of textile waste the average American creates per year.

(almost) 100

The percentage of fabrics that can be recycled.

200

The average number of years it takes synthetic fabric to break down.

We want to help change things

How we’re making homes beautiful, responsibly.

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We're all about upcycling

We don't like letting a good thing go to waste, and believe in giving the furniture we already have, a second chance.

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We don’t print installation instructions

We don’t tell you how to install your slipcovers—we show you how with custom labels that are sewn onto each and every piece of your slipcover.

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We don’t use plastic packaging

All our slipcovers are packed in reusable bags that you can store your spare slipcovers or other home linens in.

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We turn our fabric scraps into samples

Instead of throwing our scraps away, we turn them into fabric samples that you can easily repurpose into coasters after you’re done testing them out. 

But...we want to do more

Our beautifully-made fabrics belong in your home, not a landfill. This is why we’re upcycling our scrap and used fabrics into functional, everyday works of art such as:

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Napkins

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Drawstring bags

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Bento bags

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Knot bags

How you can get involved

Want to use more of what you have and waste less, but not sure how? Here are 3 ways to start:

1. Start DIY-ing your own reusable crafts

Learn how to make your own napkins and bento bag at home by downloading our free tutorials here:

2. Help us spread the word

Share our Zero Waste mission with your friends:

3. Get on the zero waste train!

Zro-waste-project

Homes we've refreshed & renewed

From day one, our goal has been to help people fall in love with their homes over and over again by upcycling their sofas instead of throwing them away. But as we set about fulfilling our mission, we also realised that we wanted to do it without sending more waste to our landfills. The result? A growing desire to create with intention, and our Zero Waste program.

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Why Zero Waste?

Because we know the ugly truth about the textile industry:

21,000,000,000

The number of pounds of textile waste that ends up in landfills in the U.S alone, every year.

82

The number of pounds of textile waste the average American creates per year.

200

The average number of years it takes synthetic fabric to break down.

100

The percentage of fabrics that can be recycled.

We want to help change things.

How we’re making homes beautiful, responsibly.

Image Alt

We're all about upcycling

We believe in giving the furniture we already have a second chance.

Image Alt

We don’t use plastic packaging

All our slipcovers are packed in reusable bags that you can store your spare slipcovers or other home linens in.

Image Alt

We don’t print installation instructions

We don’t tell you how to install your slipcovers—we show you how with custom labels that are sewn onto each and every piece of your slipcover.

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We turn our fabric scraps into samples

Instead of throwing our scraps away, we turn them into fabric samples that you can easily repurpose into coasters after you’re done testing them out. 

But...we want to do more

Our beautifully-made fabrics belong in your home, not a landfill. This is why we’re upcycling our scrap and used fabrics into functional, everyday works of art such as:

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Napkins

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Bento bags

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Knot bags 

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Drawstring bags

How you can get involved

Want to use more of what you have and waste less, but not sure how? Here are 3 ways to start:

1. Start DIY-ing your own reusable crafts

Learn how to make your own napkins and bento bag at home by downloading our free tutorials here:

2. Help us spread the word

Share our Zero Waste mission with your friends: