A material that connects every Indian household to their roots, Terracotta is a 100% sustainable material with environmental goodness. It is porous, long lasting, recyclable and completely natural. A healthy choice for most products, Terracotta is versatile with homelike comfort. Our Terracotta products are handcrafted and made one piece at a time, ensuring the exclusivity of each.


Glass is fully recyclable and can be recycled endlessly without loss in quality or purity. It's a beautiful material, made from readily-available domestic materials, such as sand, soda ash, limestone and “cullet,” which is furnace-ready recycled glass. Glass is durable and versatile, making it suitable for a number of items around the house while contributing to the environment.


Mango wood is a hardwood with dense grains giving it very good strength and durability. Moreover, it has a quick life cycle, reaching maturity in a short time as compared to other hardwoods. This makes Mango wood one of the most sustainable woods to use. With India being the largest producer of mango wood, using the same helps us extend our support to the cause of Vocal for Local.


We use Jute in many of our lighting and decor products. With a minimal carbon footprint, Jute is a completely biodegradable and compostable material. Jute crop improves the quality and texture of the soil and has high capacity production. Jute fabric is an excellent choice for the environment and for putting some nature back into your home with its chic, rustic aesthetics.


As the name suggests, Eco-Mix is an eco friendly material made by the composites of waste paper, waste cloth, Fuller's Earth, etc. The material is easy to mould and can be used for multiple uses with the right treatment. It is a brilliant, green alternative to plastic decor items and has recently gained attention from millennials and Gen X for it's skillfulness.


Upcycling and recycling fabric helps us maintain circular economy in that sector while considerably reducing waste. With newer technology and advanced research in this field, we are gradually increasing the life-cycle of fabrics and ensuring that fewer of them end up in a landfill.


Metals can be recycled repeatedly without altering their properties. Not only can scrap metal and recycled metal be used to make new products, given its strength and durability, but it also minimizes the need of mining for more resources. We use metal for many of our storage and display solutions. Since metal is an offbeat choice for this product segment, it works very well as an accent piece as well