♻️ From Plastic Bottles to Recycled Drapery ♻️





Recycled Polyester yarn is made from post-consumer and post-industrial recycled PET products such as plastic bottles and packaging. Recycled Polyester lowers the demand for new petroleum-based products, thus reducing significantly the carbon footprint.


Two suppliers noteworthy to mention are Maurice Kain and James Dunlop.

Maurice Kain presents environmental luxury in Deserts and Forests Collection.


Made from 100% Recycled Polyester - each metre of fabric contains 81 one litre plastic bottles that have been recycled and prevented from entering landfill.

The collection incorporates a selection of sheer and solid drapery fabrics across 5 beautiful earth-inspired tones. 


James Dunlop Kumo recycled presents a modern perspective on fibre construction. Existing PET plastic bottles are reconstructed and repurposed into yarn. Embracing the imperfect quality of natural materials, Kumo Recycled has a slubby and delicate weave that beautifully emulates the appearance and handle of soft cotton, a palette of 15 decorative shades reference our Australasian flora and fauna to elegantly frame the view within any setting.




Deserts is what we consider a more decorative choice which helps create a truly unique and luxurious sustainable look and aesthetic.
The 4 designs include:
Mojave; a leno weave
Tanami; a finer sheer
Kalahari; a thick leno weave with a sheen
Gobi; a textured chunky plain




Forests is a sustainable, simplistic choice offering endless options for blending and sculpting in your home with sustainability at heart.
The 4 designs include:
Sequoia; A fine linen-look sheer
Sumatra; A multi-directional slub
Daintree; A soft sheer foil
Congo; A Melange flat plain