Sustainable handwoven coasters that bring a whirl of colour to your home
These jute coasters feature a stylish spiral design on one side which has been woven by hand from braided natural jute and coloured jute fibres. It is finished with detailed coloured stitching to give a little splash of colour to your table.
These eco-friendly coasters bring a little texture, style and colour to your home. They can be teamed with coordinating tablemats to perfect your planet-friendly dinner table design.
Jute is a sustainable plant due to its high yield and fast growth without the need for fertilisers or pesticides, making it an eco-friendly material.
- Jute is 100% biodegradable
- All products are tested safe for food contact
- Hand-made responsibly in Bangladesh
These coasters are sold individually, so you can choose to match or 'mix & match' to suit your colour preference.
Size: 11cm diameter
Care: Wipe clean
Material: These coasters are made from natural and coloured jute. The coloured jute is 100% Azo free.
Jute plants are easy to grow, have a high yield per acre and, unlike cotton, have little need for pesticides and fertilisers. Jute grows during the rainy season in Bangladesh. The plants are ready to harvest in four to six months, after the flowers are shed.
Jute plants help to clean the air. During growth they take in three times more CO2 than the average tree, converting this CO2 into oxygen. As these plants grow fast, they are often used in crop rotation. The leaves and roots left after harvest enrich the soil with micronutrients, maintaining soil fertility.
The producer of these coasters in Bangladesh is committed to providing regular employment in a working environment that is safe and hygienic. They pay a living wage to all employees. They have developed an innovative way of producing jute rope and stylish jute baskets which means they can produce a much higher return from the jute than when it is sold for basic jute sacks.
Respiin offer a stylish range of recycled and renewable home accessories. Pioneering producers work with sustainable materials that have a story to tell - whether that is about the way a material grows or the journey it has been on.