As you probably know by now, we love bags in natural materials and beige hues. Lately, we’ve come across some gems that we wanted to share with you. These brands have both everyday bags and practical bags to use as storage in your home. If you have a toddler at home, you probably share our need for simple storage space… The brands are also, of course, at the forefront when it comes to sustainability. Hope you like them!
Left: Uashama is a family business based in Tuscany. Their paper bags are made of washable paper is made using a cultivated fibre that does not contribute to deforestation. The aper that washes like fabric! Middle: The Funagata wazed bags are crafted from ethical, long-lasting durable cotton. They are finished with a wax treatment and are all naturally dyed. Right: Mifuko is a Finish company blending traditional Kenyan crafts and social responsibility, collaborating with local women’s groups in Kenya to contribute to the development of the society.
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