Table Linen

Set your table with colourful linen that is not only looking nice but is also entirely sustainable. Our handloomed and hand dyed tablecloths, runners and napkins from recycled yarn are made by craftswomen in small, rural Fair Trade workshops in the North of Bangladesh. Choose between thick Khadi linen handmade from waste cotton or tablecloths made from waste textile from the garment industry of Bangladesh.

  • reduces waste of garment industry
  • saves water, CO2, and additional toxins
  • handmade
  • support local weavers
  • fair trade certified


Our wooden kitchen- and tableware is made from the root of a teak tree, which is considered a waste product from the teak industry. It is sourced from certified teak plantations in Indonesia and handmade by craftspeople in a small, rural workshop in East-Java and supports the local community and protect the surrounding nature. Every spoon, fork, knife, bowl or cutting board is unique and comes in warm, earthy tones and organic shapes. waste teak root wood.

  • handcrafted
  • food safe
  • saves trees
  • ethically sourced
  • supports local communities


These handcrafted drinking glasses, carafes and vases are made from upcycled wine bottles from Zanzibar, Tanzania. They are collected from hotels, restaurants, and bars, sorted, cleaned, and cut into different shapes and sizes. Zanzibar lacks a proper waste recycling system. Waste from the tourist industry often ends up on the beach, in the sea or as landfill. The glassware is made in fair trade workshops that empowers women and young people by offering them training the glass carving craft, a stable income, English and other life skill classes.

  • upcycled wine bottles
  • cleans up beaches
  • skilfully handcrafted
  • empowers women
  • fair trade certified (WFTO)