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Circular Design

Circular design incorporates three key circular economy principles; designing out waste, keeping materials and products in use and regenerating natural systems.

In sourcing textiles that are organically certified, recycled and mono fibers, Weft promotes regenerative farming practices, that benefits the environment and provides higher quality and safer materials for Weft's textiles applications.

Using recycled materials in the production process further minimises the need for new resources and reduces waste. By giving new life to materials that would otherwise end up in landfill, Weft actively contributes to the circular economy.

Weft focuses on using mono fibers in their designs. Mono fibers are made from a single type of polymer, which makes them easier to recycle. This design choice ensures that the products can be effectively recycled at the end of their life cycle, reducing the environmental impact and promoting circularity.

Supporting local and ethical production and manufacturing is another pillar of Weft's circular design principles. By working with local producers and makers, Weft promotes sustainability through reduced transportation, strengthening local economies, and ensuring better labor practices.

Weft aims to create products that are aesthetically pleasing and functional whilst remaining environmentally and socially responsible. By focusing on sourcing sustainable materials, supporting local production, and promoting recycling, Weft is taking a holistic approach to circularity, contributing to the achievement of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

Weft offer sustainability reports on all custom soft furnishing projects. For clients interested in a report specific to their project, please email for more information. A full sustainability report of a past curtain project is available here.