Why Eucalyptus?

Eucalyptus is the future's fabric.

  • Softness
  • Breathability
  • Moisture
  • Sustainability
  • Pesticides
  • Water-Usage
  • Energy
  • Eucalyptus

    Perfectly round fibre yields a lower coefficient of friction. Perfect for sensitive skin.



    Naturally wavy fiber filament with higher surface friction. Rough and scratchy.

  • Eucalyptus

    Highly breathable – no night sweats. We're not magicians, but we are sleep scientists.



    Super sweaty – it’s not you, it’s the sheets. Even the finest organic cotton isn't as breathable!

  • Eucalyptus

    Superior moisture management creates a dry, hostile environment for bacterial growth. Stays fresher longer.



    Holds onto moisture, which promotes bacterial growth – maybe go change your cotton sheets right now.

  • Eucalyptus

    Our Eucalyptus trees are grown in biodiverse forests on non-arable land. Land that is unsuitable for farming.



    Currently, cotton crops use about 2.5% of the world’s arable land. Land that could be better used for food.

  • Eucalyptus

    Uses no pesticides or insecticides. Eucalyptus trees are naturally repellent to nasties.



    Uses ~16% of global insecticides, including neonicotinoids that kill birds and bees.

  • Eucalyptus

    Our sheets use only about 150 litres of water in production. So considerate.



    An average cotton bed sheet uses about 4,000 litres of water. Stay thirsty, my friend.

  • Eucalyptus

    19kwH, or 30% less energy, to make a set of our super soft Eucalyptus sheets.



    27kwH of energy to make a set of cotton sheets. Way more energy for way less comfort.

Environmental Impact

Less Water Usage

95% less water used than traditional cotton production - 150 litres vs. 3,000 litres.

No Farmable Land

Grown on non-farmable land in biodiverse forests - cotton uses 2.5% of the world's arable land.

No Toxic Chemicals

No pesticides, herbicides or toxic chemicals are used in our process - cotton uses ~2,000.

30% Less Energy

It takes about 19 kWh to make our sheets, compared to 27 kWh for cotton sheets.

Closed Loop

99% of the chemicals, water and waste is then reused in the unique closed loop system.

Carbon Negative

Simple and transparent supply chain, so we can easily offset every atom of carbon produced.

How is it made?

  • Forest

    Our eucalyptus trees are grown in well goverened biodiverse forests.

    They are harvested rather than uprooted so grow back quickly, plus grow on land which is unsuitable for agriculture.

    No natural habitats are destroyed and we more than replenish our supply.

  • Wood

    The first step of our award-winning process is to take the sustainably sourced raw material - eucalyptus wood. 

    Turning eucalyptus wood into fibre has an extremely low environmental impact when compared with cotton.

    We use 95% less water, substantially less energy, and zero herbicides or pesticides. This is compared with 2,000 toxic chemicals used in cotton production.

  • Pulp

    The wood pulp is dissolved in a non-toxic chemical called Amine Oxide, which reduces it down into a cellulose viscous solution.

    There are no toxic chemicals, and all our bedding carries OEKO-TEX organic certification for ultimate peace of mind.

  • Fibre

    The pulp is then extruded through extremely fine holes, which creates our raw fibre.  

    99.9% of the chemicals, water and waste is then reused in the unique closed loop system.

    This protects the environment, conserves energy, and saves even more water.

  • Yarn

    The fibre is spun into a yarn ready for weaving by our family-owned manufacturing partners.

    They're global textiles experts and innovators, with everyone paid more than a fair living wage, and they're widely considered the best in the world at what they do. 

  • Fabric

    The process was awarded the Environmental Award by the European Union.

    All our fabric is the highest certifiable quality and woven specifically for the perfect drape and feeling of luxury.

  • Forest Forest
  • Wood Wood
  • Pulp Pulp
  • Fibre Fibre
  • Yarn Yarn
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We plant one tree for every order received, as a thanks to earth.

We’re on track to plant 100,000 by 2025