Why throw your napkins in the trash after every meal? Disposable napkins are so flimsy anyway. Avoid sending more garbage and help keep textile trash out of the landfills with these incredibly soft and durable burlap linen napkins made from 100% reclaimed fabric.
These reusable cream-colored napkins look elegant with a wrapped black edging. They’re easy to clean, making them practical for everyday use, yet stylish enough to add a nice touch to your next dinner party. Who says helping to protect the environment can’t be chic? Not us!
100% hand-pick premium reclaimed fabric
Wash cold, hang dry, press with low iron while damp
The makers of our premium reusable napkins are the perfect duo. One has a background in restaurant development and the other in fashion design. When they were unable to find the perfect napkins for a restaurateur client, they decided to create their own. To cut down on transportation with its extra cost and environmental impacts, the whole process happens locally. The fabric is sourced from surplus from the fashion houses in DTLA and the cutters, sewers, and embroiderers are all located within a few blocks, making it easy to oversee the whole process.
The napkins are handmade and come in various hem styles, sometimes with custom embroidery or screenprinting and shipped off to customers in eco-friendly packaging.
The fashion houses in LA throw away thousands of rolls of gorgeous fabrics every season. By obtaining the fabric for their napkins from this unused source, the makers diverted rolls of fabric from going to the landfills. It is the most sustainable route our supplier could find for sourcing fabric. On top of that, since the fabrics were originally designed for clothing, they were meant to be washed and worn, making them low maintenance and allowing them to wear well.
The brainchild of a restaurant developer and a fashion designer, the designs are eye-catching and unique and give you great choices and a fresh perspective for decorating your table — not to mention the sustainability of not throwing away your napkins day after day.