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.
For more of our favorite ethically made products, see:
- Utilitarian Goods from Japan, Reclaimed and Recycled Edition
- Shopper’s Diary: Slow Textiles from GDS Cloth Goods
- A Good Thing: A New Slew of Bright, Ethically Made Housewares from Goodee
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