ORGANIC FOR EVERY ROOM

CURATED FOR YOU

These Are Our Favorite Products of the Season

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MADE WITH PRODUCT YOU SENT BACK

The First Ever: Full Circle Recycled Cotton Blanket

30 years ago we changed the way bedding was made. Today, we have proof that full circularity is possible—and it’s a beautiful thing.

After over two years of planning, we are thrilled to announce the release of our groundbreaking Full Circle Recycled Cotton Blanket. Crafted from 52% of our own GRS-certified recycled Coyuchi cotton and 48% organically grown material, this blanket is the very first of its kind.

THE THREAD THAT TIES US TOGETHER

The New Togetherness

This is the year of new traditions. Reimagine your rituals. Get creative with the ways you connect—to nature and to the people you care about. In the absence of embraces and time spent close together, little gestures make a big impact.

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THE FUTURE OF FARMING

Going Beyond Organic

Our commitment to reversing global warming is at the core of everything we do at Coyuchi. Conventional (non-organic) agriculture is one of the biggest contributors to global warming, we've worked tirelessly to uphold organic methods for the past 30 years. The organic landscape is ever-evolving. As we press forward, we're reinvigorated to find an ally in the practices and principles of regenerative agriculture.

"We must reconnect human health to ecosystem health if we are to thrive."

-Steve Finkel, White Buffalo Land Trust

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ORGANIC COTTON

Our Growing Impact

EST. 1991 - POINT REYES, CALIFORNIA

Our Manifesto

To stand for something, you have to go back to the start. Unearth your own values from the avalanche of others. Carve your own definitions from widely held schools of thought. Discover how your life isn't singular, but impacts your loved ones, community, the Earth.

At Coyuchi, this independent perspective is our foundation. Knowing that comfort doesn't begin with our designs-it starts with the respect we show each part of the process. From the soil our fibers are raised from, to our customers that welcome us into the most sacred parts of their lives.

We were born in the west and we keep progressing west. Cutting trails in how sustainability should live in our homes-and our hearts.

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THE THREAD

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A DEDICATION TO BIOPHILIC DESIGN

Invite More Life Into Your Living Space

Our Fall 2020 collection was inspired by biophilic design where built spaces live in harmony with their natural environments. The imperfect curves of nature meet the linear structure of architecture, connecting to build a sanctuary that’s brimming with life.

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LIFE

Color Therapy

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IMPACT

Regenerative Agriculture 101

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IMPACT

GOTS Certified Organic vs Oeko-Tex

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DESIGN

When Buying Sheets, Does Thread Count Matter?

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