Introducing Kapok

Introducing Kapok

Soft, springy, sustainable: kapok is our new favourite eco-friendly material. This lightweight, long-lasting and completely natural fibre provides perfect padding in duvets and pillows – wild-growing and non-toxic, kapok is a fibre you can rest assured is healthier for your nightly slumber and for the planet around us.

Malna Duo Duvet

Duo-Bettdecke Malna


30% Kapok - 70% Organic cotton

from £199

30% Kapok - 70% Organic cotton

from £199

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Organic cotton Pillow filled with Kapok

from £79

Kamno Pillow

Organic cotton Pillow filled with Kapok

£79

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Kamno Pillow

Organic cotton Pillow filled with Kapok

£99

Organic cotton Pillow filled with Kapok

from £99

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Bedding, but better

Our new collection of kapok duvets and pillows promises sweet dreams, every single night. The Malna Duvet consists of two soft layers attached with neat ties, so you can tailor its cosiness to meet every season's needs – encased in organic cotton, one layer is filled with a mix of organic cotton and plush kapok, whilst the other is filled with lightweight yet cuddly organic cotton. The Kamno Pillow is a pillow like no other: this double-layered wonder has an inner pillow filled with fluffy kapok which zips open so you can adjust the amount to your liking, encased in a removable outer shell filled with a blend of organic cotton and kapok – supportive, soft, and easy to care for, the Kamno is an all-round winner.

Pure, natural, sustainable

Growing across Africa and Asia in mango-sized pods on the tree of the same name, the soft and fluffy kapok fibres are concealed within these capsules. After picking, they're dried naturally in the sun, and then the fibres themselves are harvested and cleaned using only compressed air. The kapok fibres are ready to be used in homewares and bedding immediately – thanks to its non-toxic and untreated nature, kapok is ideal for allergy sufferers, and those who wish to enjoy a healthier and more sustainable sleep.

Pure, natural, sustainable

Growing across Africa and Asia in mango-sized pods on the tree of the same name, the soft and fluffy kapok fibres are concealed within these capsules. After picking, they're dried naturally in the sun, and then the fibres themselves are harvested and cleaned using only compressed air. The kapok fibres are ready to be used in homewares and bedding immediately – thanks to its non-toxic and untreated nature, kapok is ideal for allergy sufferers, and those who wish to enjoy a healthier and more sustainable sleep.

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