Artisanal little luxuries, with big impact

We believe an object can elevate both beholder and maker. In a world of mass-produced goods, we offer artisan-made home and apparel crafted in fair-trade environments from around the globe. We strive to live fully, slow down to enjoy life’s little luxuries, and choose everyday to create a world connecting maker, owner and earth.

Chelsea Biscuit Throw

The ultra classic.

This is an heirloom-quality, unique throw with a blanket-stitched edge, a classic striped design, and a touch of that beloved Turkish tasseled style. This throw is made from a plant-based, blended composition, which gives it a soft, cool, and ultra-luxe hand feel.

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Features + Benefits

  • Made with 100% natural materials.
  • Ultra soft hand feel, luxurious texture, strong and durable.
  • To learn more about Turkish cotton, click here.
  • Made with 20% lyocell, which is a generic name for the well-known brand name Tencel. Lyocell has a breathable texture less susceptible to bacteria growth and odour. Lyocell production on average needs less energy, dye, and water than the production of other fabrics, and because lyocell is a naturally-derived fibre, it's biodegradable. In the lyocell production process, there are petrochemical solvents used to turn the wood pulp base into fibre, but this process is closed loop, which means that the chemicals can be recycled over and over again, which minimizes harmful waste.
  • Match the Chelsea Throw with the matching Chelsea Pillow.
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    Artisan + Origin

  • Fairly-traded. Made in Turkey by highly-skilled, independent artisans, with whom we work directly.
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    Materials, Size + Care

  • 60% pure Turkish cotton, 20% linen, 20% lyocell.
  • 60” W x 87” L (152cm W x 221cm L)
  • For care instructions, click here. 
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    FAQ's

    Q: What is lyocell?
    Made with 20% lyocell, which is a generic name for the well-known brand name Tencel. Lyocell has a breathable texture less susceptible to bacteria growth and odour. Lyocell production on average needs less energy, dye, and water than the production of other fabrics, and because lyocell is a naturally-derived fibre, it's biodegradable. In the lyocell production process, there are petrochemical solvents used to turn the wood pulp base into fibre, but this process is closed loop, which means that the chemicals can be recycled over and over again, which minimizes harmful waste.
    Q: Why is Turkish cotton special?
    To learn more about Turkish cotton, click here.
    Q: What is fair trade?
    To learn more about Fair Trade, click here.

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