Nature's true Colors
Breakfast sets, runners and napkins and cotton cushions are colored with botanical dyes created using traditional methods.
Extracted from “Haritaki” tree, the most sacred plant in the Himalayas, and the roots of the Rubia plant, used in Ayurvedic medicine.
Extracted from the Marigold flower, which is used in India to create garlands and decorations.
A shade that combines the leaves of the Indigofera tinctoria – a plant used since ancient Egyptian times – with Marigold flowers, grown in India to decorate.
Our cushions are coloured with botanical dyes
created using traditional methods.
Aquamarine is a combination of Indigo and Marigold petals.
Extracted from the Lawsonia inermis (also known as Henna tree), which is native to subtropical climates and owes its name to its absence of thorns.
Orange Calendula petals mixed with the Rubia cordifolia plant, which produces small yellow star-shaped flowers.
Wood from the Indian sequoia family is mixed with ferrous minerals to create an elegant, nuanced shade.
Bark from the Biancaea sappan tree is combined with Rubia cordifolia plant extracts to create a deep, natural, earthy tone.
A soft shade of pink extracted from pulverised Rubia plant roots.