Give your curtain a 2nd, 3rd or 4th chance!

Inside your curtain is a label with a QR code. This label indicates whether the fabric is made of synthetic fibres (orange label) or natural, bio-based fibres (green label). Through the QR code, we inform you about circularity and sustainable curtains. 

What can you do with your curtain when you're done with it? Using this short checklist, we would like to give you some tips:

☐ The curtains still look nice.
☐ The curtains have no stains or damage in the fabric.
☐ The seams are still intact.
☐ The brackets are whole and still working.  

All boxes ticked?

Here are some sustainable tips:

  • Hang your curtains in front of a connecting or drafty door to keep heat in.
  • Give your old curtains to your child/cousin/neighbour girl who is moving out.
  • Give your old curtains to an acquaintance.
  • Donate your old curtains to charity.
  • Take your old curtains to the thrift shop.
  • Sell them on a platform for used products. 

Did you tick the first two boxes?

  • Perhaps the seams and brackets are still repairable. 


Have you only ticked the top box?

  • Use the fabric to turn it into a play tent.
  • Use the fabric to make a cushion, play mat or clothes, for example. 

Haven't ticked a box and the fabric is no longer pretty?

  • Use the curtains to cover furniture, for example during a move or when painting in the house.
  • Cut your curtain into smaller cleaning rags. If your curtains can no longer be used for this purpose either, put them in a sealed bag in a textile container.

What does circularity mean?

Circularity means that we reuse our residues/cutting waste to make new products in our own production chain. So there is no such thing as waste! Four terms are commonly used: reduce, reuse, repair and recycle.

Reduce. The best way to be sustainable is to buy less, use less, i.e. produce less. Fortunately, our curtains are quality products and can last for decades.

Reuse. Use your curtains in a different way to extend their life. Find some sustainable tips in our checklist. 

Repair. Many products are discarded when something is wrong with them. A shame! Often a repair can be carried out to enjoy your curtain even longer. 

Recycle. Using waste streams and used curtains as raw materials to make new products.   

What do we do?

We are already taking the necessary steps to be circular in the future.

One of our spearheads is homogeneity. 92% of our curtain fabrics have a homogeneous composition. Homogeneous fabrics consist of a single raw material. Why is this so important to us? In order to recycle our cutting waste, our material must consist of homogeneous materials.

We use this recycled cutting waste again as raw material for our circular collection. Curious about what our circular collection looks like?

It is not only for recycling cutting waste that a homogeneous composition is important, but also for your curtain to be processed properly in recycling.

We aim to be able to launch a collection in the future, most of whose items are made from our of circular materials.

Another step we have taken is adapting our in-seam labels to the raw material of each curtain. This too makes curtains easier to recycle.

We added a QR code to those labels, so our curtains can be traced and we can give you advice on sustainability and circularity. We are busy preparing for a circular future and every day we are making steps to make this future a reality.