❁ RAW MATERIAL(S)
My working material is flax, flax that grows in Belgium and France.
As a corresponding member of the Flax Confederation, I buy exclusively from other members of the flax industry, which allows me to control the origin of flax and its quality.
The linens used to make my collections are labelled “Masters of Linen” = 100% European traceability with high added value.
Oeko-Tex certified tinted linens.
Most of the collections are made by me.
◉ PLACE(S) OF PRODUCTION
From the plant to the yarn and fabric, everything happens in Europe (Belgium, France, Italy, Lithuania).
The production is carried out in Belgium (Nivelles) and Lithuania.
All the manufacturing steps are carried out with the know-how of linen, by me in my workshop or in my weaver’s workshop.
The Oeko-Tex label certifies that the selected flax is healthy.
╬ PACKAGING AND TRANSPORT
Orders are packed using recycled and/or recyclable materials.
I prefer paper and cardboard but to protect the items from humidity, they are packed in 100% biodegradable and compostable bags made from renewable resources (corn starch).
❁ APPROACH & PHILOSOPHY
as a decorator
My philosophy of slow deco is a decoration inspired by nature, a simple decoration that goes to the essentials. Slow deco allows us to design a pleasant and eco-responsible “home sweet home” where we find natural materials, articles made with know-how by a craftsman <3.
Many of us pay attention to the foods we eat and prefer organic products, from the short circuit. But today, it is also important to be aware of the air we breathe in our homes. The textiles that surround us are toxic and pollute our homes. It is therefore time to focus on natural textile fibres from our region. By making linen household linen, it is also this message that I want to convey. I am a designer but I also have a mission to raise awareness and transmit local know-how by giving the best of myself by using a textile fibre that grows around me.