Our blankets are machine washable! Be gentle on them to ensure they will remain in top condition for years to come.
Wash separately in cold water on a gentle setting. Tumble dry on a delicate cycle just long enough to remove moisture, then air dry flat to finish. May be dry cleaned.
Because our blankets are of raw, unwashed cotton, they will shrink slightly after washing, then stretch back out with use.
Our rugs and floor blankets have traveled a long way to get here. To remove wrinkles and creases that may be present from their journey, we recommend giving them a quick wash once you get them, that way they'll lay nice and flat as they settle in with you.
Machine wash separately on a gentle cycle with cold water and mild soap. Lay flat or hang — gently reshape — and let dry.
Our hammocks are machine-washable
Wash separately in cold water on a gentle or hand wash cycle.
Tie loose ends
Bind the suspension cords and tie the tassels together before washing to prevent tangling.
Hang to dry
In order to preserve the hammock, do not tumble dry.
TIP: The natural color of the cotton will whiten with time as it is washed and with sun exposure – To maintain its creamy, off-white color, we recommend giving your hammock a diluted tea or coffee wash prior to washing. Alternatively, bleach may be used to achieve and maintain a bright white color.
On your first light, allow the candle to burn for a minimum of 2hrs—or long enough for the top layer of wax to melt fully, leaving a pool of clear liquid across the surface. This ensures subsequent burns follow suit and helps minimize tunneling.
In order to gain the maximum amount of burn time of each candle, regularly trim the wicks to .25" or .5cm and remove any black sooting.
Finally, as your candle nears its final burn, your ceramic vessel can be washed and upcycled as a votive for tea lights, to hold matches, a small planter, or to hold knicknacks of all kinds..