It’s been 30 years since Coyuchi first introduced organic linens into the homes of our friends and neighbors. Today, artistry and creativity continue to run through our veins, along with the drive to make a positive impact on the Earth. Founded in 1991 by Christine Nielson, a weaver and textile artist who sought to add beauty to the world while keeping it healthy in the process.
Inspired by a name for naturally brown cotton: coyuchi was born from our founder’s desire to create organic cotton textiles free of the pesticides used on conventional fibers. Join us as we go back to our roots this season, drawing inspiration from the unique beauty of our Point Reyes birthplace and the handwoven craftsmanship that sparked an organic movement. Each piece is inspired by our origins and crafted with care for the environment, the hands that weave them, and the homes they inhabit.
This season, we’re embracing greyed coastal blues mixed with sunset tones of pink—like the ocean views in Inverness, where Nielson’s vision for Coyuchi first took form. Both warm and cool neutrals grounded by our undyed yarns, carved geometrics inspired by the coastal cliffs nearby, irregular tonal stripes drawn from traditional sarape blankets, intricate weaves with a range of details influenced by handwoven textiles, and ombre patterns that reflect the transition from earth and sea to sky.