Not Wasted: Giving Lifeover Fabrics a Second Life
Sustainable manufacturing is not just a buzzword; it is a critical aspect of responsible production. As a sofa manufacturer, we recognize that our industry generates a significant amount of waste, especially during the upholstery process. The leftover fabrics and off-cuts are still of high quality and it would be a shame to dispose of them.
However, we also understand that sustainability goes beyond just repurposing leftover materials. It requires authentic intention throughout the entire process of production, from sourcing materials to packaging and shipping. It also means taking into consideration the environmental impact and the well-being of the people involved in the production process.
At Zest Livings, we have taken steps to ensure that sustainability is at the forefront of our operations. We have an in-house design team that comes up with innovative ways to repurpose leftover materials. During the COVID pandemic, we used our excess fabrics to make cloth masks that were washable and reusable. We also partnered with an NGO in Nepal to create pencil cases and school bags from our off-cuts.
We are committed to producing Zest Livings furniture that lasts a lifetime and can become heirlooms. We believe that sustainable furniture does not have to come at a high cost, and we strive to make our products accessible to everyone. As a local manufacturer, we take pride in our passion for creating sustainable products that meet the needs of our consumers while caring for the environment.
We understand that the journey towards sustainability is a continuous one, and we are constantly looking for ways to improve our processes. Join us in our efforts to care for our shared planet by supporting our Zest Livings sustainable furniture line.