Coyuchi is founded on the belief that the highest quality should also be held to the highest standards. Inspired by the relaxed luxury of California’s coastlines, our aesthetic embraces the tones, textures, and calming energy of those peaceful places where water meets land.

Our expertise in home textiles is grounded in the education, experience and guidance of our product development team, all of who hold degrees from prestigious textile design schools. Coyuchi is an active member of Textile Exchange (TE),and has been a proud supporter of the Chetna Organic Farming Cooperative for more than 10 years.


Coyuchi’s commitment to using only sustainably grown, organic and natural fibers has led to partnerships with smallholder farming communities like Chetna, supporting vulnerable regions that produce an outsized proportion of global food/fiber. In accordance with guidelines like those set by the USDA National Organic Program, we source organic and/or in-conversion fiber certified to standards approved by IFOAM – USDA NOP, EC, India’s APEDA, etc.

Our quest for sustainable farms and ranches has us constantly searching out new partners who share our passion for environmental health and innovation. For non-organic fibers like wool and down, we seek out suppliers who follow the five freedoms of animal welfare, and prioritize regenerative agricultural partners like those supplying our Climate Beneficial Wool, which benefits humans, animals, and Earth alike.


Packaging is imperative to protecting our products, and we take it very seriously. We strive to reduce, reuse, and recycle wherever possible, choosing environmentally friendly materials such as recycled paper and cardboard, Forest Stewardship Council (FSC)-certified paper and cardboard, and organic cotton bags as much as possible. We are constantly learning and working to make informed choices that reduce impact and encourage reuse, adopting new research and innovations at every opportunity.

Certain categories are now exclusively shipped to us in organic cotton fabric bags–duvet covers, sheets, minimalist sets, and bed basics have been free of polybags since spring of 2018. When and wherever advancements are made, we will continue to convert other products as widely as possible.