We’re currently loving Suay, a Los Angeles-based company that promotes upcycling through making goods from a minimum of 85 percent post-consumer waste. Suay says their “dedication to design, coupled with a drive for activism, is putting reclaimed product at the center of a social, economic, and environmental revolution.” Gathering most of their fabrics from deadstock (unsold/unsellable materials), Suay creates a range of high-quality home goods and apparel. From quilted duvet covers to linen napkin sets, their products all feature bold color palettes that will brighten up a room. All of Suay’s goods are available online and at their sew shop in LA.
Here’s a look at a few of our picks:
Photography courtesy of Suay.
Above: Suay’s Reusable “Paper Towel” Waffle Sets make it easy to stop wasting paper towels. They are produced from deadstock waffle cotton and measure 14 by 16 in; $58.
Above: The Linen Throw Pillow is available in seven different colors and two sizes (small is 24 inches and large is 28 inches). Pictured here are both sizes in the Zesty Lemon color. All pillows are made of deadstock remnant linen; $70 to $90
Above: According to Suay, you can keep these floor pillows “around the house for the baby, the dog, or your own carefree comfort.” These versatile cushions have organic cotton canvas covers (removable and washable); $140
Above: Created from cutting scraps, the Patchwork Quilted Duvet Cover comes in seven patterns; shown above is New Zebra Stripes, for queen or king size beds; $480.
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