Cleaning Instructions

Our products are made with love, care and pleasure and we hope that clients will find the same joy owning them.

To ensure this, please never use chemicals to clean the products and wash with lukewarm water as vintage, recycled and natural fabrics are delicate and therefore ask for a gentle treatment.

Made with love, handle with love, clean with love!



Cotton is a natural fiber that can be easily washed.

Washing: Our advice is to wash at 30C with a mild detergent.

Drying: We recommend not to dry our fabrics in the dryer. Cotton creases quickly and can be ironed.

Clean our stonewashed carpets by vacuuming. Use a detergent based on natural ingredients, do not scrub, to avoid color difference.



Canvas is a solid fabric that can endure a lot.

Washing: Our advice is to wash at 30C with a mild detergent.

Drying: We recommend not to use dryer for our fabrics.

Our canvas cushions have been given a water repellent treatment. After washing, the substance may be less water-repellent. You can spray it on again with a water repellent for textiles, available at the drugstore.



Most natural linen fabrics are washable, but be careful with this.

Washing: Wash linen products by hand with a mild soap or wash them in the washing machine using the hand wash program, with a mild detergent.

Drying: Linen crease rapidly and therefore it is better to let the garments lying or hanging to dry. Linen can be ironed.

Drying: Do not tumble dry.



Woolen products must be handled very carefully. Wool does not need to be frequently washed. Just let it out and vent.

Washing: Our woolen throws are best steamed or left occasionally outside to air. Would you still like to wash, do it on a wool program on max. 30C with a mild detergent.

Drying: Do not tumble dry!

Care: Made with love, handle with love, clean with love!

If you have a woolen rug, the rug may come off fluff during the first period. We want to help you as best as possible by giving maintenance tips on how to prevent this. Wool is very fluffy by itself. Wool has fibers of 4 to 6 or 3 to 5 inches. (One inch is 2.5 centimeters). If the fiber is cut off the Wool at say 5 or 4 inches, then only a small portion of that fiber will remain. So this is the piece of fluff that still has to come out.

*Vacuuming your rug

From the moment you buy a wool rug, it is important to keep it up to date. From day one, you can vacuum your wool rug.. If you keep this up well, the rug will last longer. In the beginning the carpet will fluff. It depends on the amount of wool how long this will take.

*Humidity in the room

When the humidity in the room is too low, the rug can start to fluff. To keep the humidity stable and at the right height, you can place a container with water on the heating or spray the rug from time to time to prevent fluff.


A wool rug is given “walking routes” as soon as it is in place. Certain parts of the rug are more walked on than others. Places that get more exercise are more likely to fluff. By turning the rug a few times a year you prevent fluff from forming.



Recycled vintage fabrics

These ancient fabrics are usually not color proof and are often made with patchwork, so you need to handle the products with care.

Washing: Do not wash, but let the goods steam or hang

Drying: Do not tumble dry!


Sisal and jute

This natural material does not need to be washed, but vacuuming our sisal and jute rugs will do just fine!


Cotton Rugs

Stains on the carpets can be cleaned with a cloth and mild detergent (no Biotex). Rugs may not be washed in the washing machine.


Made with love, handle with love, clean with love!