From persimmon vinegar that supports regenerative agriculture to the perfect organic percale sheets, these picks from Whitney Thornburg cater to the conscious consumer.
A trailblazing creator of sustainable textiles, Coyuchi has earned a cult following for its organic cotton bedding, home decor, and apparel. We asked design director Whitney Thornburg to give us her recommendations for eco-conscious gifts that will delight the recipient and Mother Nature alike.
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"Crinkled percale is all about fun color choices since you can now mix and match to create a complete bed. I love mixing and matching these sheets, and this way you can buy any combination for the person on your list. You can choose to get a new duvet or a full bed set."
"I love Mariposa—I already have it, and it lives on my couch. It’s super soft and cozy, and looks great in the living room."
"I’m so excited to use these updated colors on our holiday table this year. The design team can’t decide which color they like best."
"Help family and friends create less waste in their daily routine."
"This is a perfect example of two gifts in one—use these adorable bags to wrap your gifts to save on the paper and pass along a reusable bag!"
"Replace non-stick cookware with this simple and modern cast iron pan. This is on my wishlist for this year; I’m looking to switch all my non-stick to cast iron over time."
"I love beautiful wooden objects, and these will look stunning in any kitchen."
"With all the closures, museums could use our support, and it’s a great way to encourage someone to visit one through out the next year. I specifically love to visit the SFMOMA after its most recent renovation."
"I love the collection MMclay created for The Progress restaurant and love when she opens her studio in my neighborhood in San Francisco. The bowls in this collection are so versatile!"
"Flavorful vinegar for salad dressings and marinades. This is a nonprofit group dedicated to regenerative agriculture, and this delicious vinegar is one of the first products from their farm. Buying from them supports biodiversity in agriculture and sustainable farming practices."