How is Seagrass Used?
Seagrass has been woven by people for thousands of years.
Our baskets use both woven seagrass that is twisted together, and also
coiled seagrass that is sewn into place to create light and strong
tablemats and bowls.
The seagrass we use for our home accessories is farmed sustainably in Bangladesh.
Low Environmental Impact
Seagrass is 100% natural, always undyed, and is fully biodegradable.
Absorbs Carbon Dioxide
Seagrass captures carbon up to 35 times faster than tropical rainforests.
Seagrass grows very quickly, so quickly replenishes after it is harvested.
Jute plants are easy to grow with little need for fertilisers or pesticides and have a high yield per acre. They absorb more CO2 than trees so are good for the air, and are enriching for the soil. Learn more
Old saris are sold by households to pedlars, who sell the saris onto companies who usually recycle them. Instead we reuse the saris, weaving them together with sustainable seagrass to make a beautiful, one of a kind basket. Learn more
Used wool fabrics are collected in recycling banks around the world. In India they are sorted into colour, broken down into fibres, spun into yarn and then woven into fabric. Learn more