New Zealand wool

The New Zealand wool is more expensive than other wools and is only used in high end rugs. Its unique shearing process is all about the well being of the sheep. They put extra care and attention into the process and secure the safety of the sheep at all times.

  • A warm and soft material that absorbs noise
  • Very resilient and the wool textiles act as a natural air filter
  • Easy to clean and maintain
  • New Zealand wool is an antistatic material
  • Wool is fire resistant until it gets to 700 degrees Celsius
New Zealand merino sheep grazing on grassy hill with copy space
The beautiful bamboo branch in bamboo forest with beautiful green nature background


Bamboo is the fastest growing plant in the world. It can grow up to a metre a day and is ready to be harvested in 5 years. And what’s more, it needs neither pesticides nor fertilizer to grow. A constant antibiosis, in which organisms make each other’s existence impossible, gives bamboo a unique resistance to pests, bacteria and fungi.

  • Even bare feet you cherish the softness of bamboo
  • Be careful, bamboo is sensitive for stains
  • Bamboo is well on the way to become the eco-friendliest material of the 21th century


The term Tencel is actually the company’s brand name for a generic fiber known as lyocell. Tencel has botanical origins. It’s made from the cellulose found in raw wood pulp, then converted into fabric with intricate nanotechnology.

  • Tencel has an authentic silky softness that enriches your room
  • Exceptional dye affinity, which allows for vivid colors to come through
  • Less stain sensitive material
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Silkworms nest in white dish and use for silk fabric.


Silk Carpets and rugs are the most luxurious productions of their kind. The silk textile production began in China, although silk rugs are unattested there until the seventeenth century. Silk textile manufacture was well established in Persia by the Sassanian Period. Consequently, it would have been possible for the Persians of this period or those of Early Islamic times to have adapted silk to rug production. But it is so far unclear whether China or the Islamic Orient initiated the manufacture of silk carpets.

  • Not wear-resistant
  • Silk has a rich panel of colours
  • Stain sensitive material