The mats are produced by the Tuscan family business Tessitura Toscana Telerie from Florence, which since 1947 has produced tablecloths, cushions, blankets and bedding etc. in a sustainable and super exclusive quality.

Textiles published in watercolor paintings
Tessitura collaborates with 15 different Italian designers and artists who first paint the beautiful motifs in watercolor colors and then transfer them to prints on either linen or cotton. 

The textiles are produced in Bergamo, Northern Italy and both linen, hemp and cotton textiles are of course Oeko-Tex certified.

All the textiles are woven and sewn in very high quality so that they keep both shape and color wash after wash.

THE HAIR TEXTILES
- from Tessitura are light, elegant and versatile. Flax is the most resistant textile fiber in nature. It is durable and does not lose its shape. It is heat regulating and has excellent moisture absorption properties.

The linen textiles from Tessitura are sustainably produced. Only flax plants grown without the use of irrigation or fertilizers are used. At the same time, only European-grown flax is used, which is considered the best in the world due to the climate, the producers' know-how and expertise throughout the production chain.

All linens are made from flax grown by EUROPEAN producers certified by CELC (Confederazione European Confederation of Linen and Hemp)

This means that there is control over the origin of the felt textiles and the cultivation processes, which respect the soil and the ecosystem without fertilizers and artificial irrigation.

THE COTTON TEXTILES
White, light and soft cotton is the most widely used textile fiber in the world. Tessitura has always chosen only the finest qualities of natural cotton grown in the best production areas in Egypt and the USA.

The main characteristics of the cotton Tessitura uses are its long and extremely thin fibers and its very high resistance. Residual products from production are biodegradable and do not harm the environment.

Tessitura produces certified energy through solar panels over an area of 1500 m2. The annual energy production is approximately 55,000 kWh, which covers approx. 50% of the annual energy requirement. On sunny days, our plant produces 47kWh, and unused energy is returned to the grid as renewable energy.

The packaging of Tessitura's products is made from fabric bags that are plastic-free (PVC, PET, PE, PP) whenever possible. For transparent packaging, they use EVA-certified CSI recycled plastic.

 

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