In the production of home textiles, more and more circumstances are urging the use of natural raw materials.
Viral photographs of living creatures writhing in a plastic net, drifting hills made of PET bottles, an unacceptably deep ecological footprint of humanity, are driving the industry towards the use of both cotton and flax yarns. There will be a significant shift towards naturalness in the Laguna spring collection, but recycled materials will also play a bigger role. In addition, it is increasingly important for a textile to be all-rounder as much as possible: to be fire retardant, not to have to be ironed, to really darken, or even to let in all the light. Perhaps the most important thing is to act naturally as a good companion.