Luxurious comfort without compromise. Driven by a deep reverence for nature and a desire to fill homes with sustainably sourced, ethically made goods, Coyuchi has been committed to the highest standards since 1991. Derived from the Aztec language of Nahuatl, the word “coyuchi” itself is rooted in ancient tradition. Referring to the color of cotton in its natural state — a dusty, bleached brown — “coyuchi” is at the root of the name “coyote”, alluding to the animal’s earthy-hued coat.
From organically grown fiber and GOTS-certified manufacturing to the latest water-recycling methods and circular business practices, we are committed to creating the highest quality linens in the most innovative and environmentally sustainable ways.
Our cotton comes from organic fields and ethically made processing, in accordance with the strictest processing standard for cotton, the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS).
Thanks to our partnership with Fibershed, a nonprofit benefiting regional farms and ranches, our Climate Beneficial Wool is sourced locally from Jensen Ranch and Stemple Creek Ranch, only 60 miles from our offices. Their innovative Carbon Farming practices are offsetting the emissions of 100 passenger vehicles every year. The path from organic fields to home sanctuaries can’t be contaminated by over-processed manufacturing or harmful dyes and chemicals, so we take every step to ensure that all processes are clean and respectful of the pure, natural beauty of every fiber.
From organic farming methods and Fair Trade Certified factories to employee education and circular solutions to combat waste, we are always listening, learning, and finding new ways to put our ethics into action.
We choose to partner with fabric mills and workshops who share our reverence for environmental and social sustainability, and who work to minimize the impact that textile production has on the planet.
Coyuchi looks at the full life of a product — from the farm or ranch where the fiber is produced to where that product goes at the end of its life. That’s why we use only organic cotton and other natural fibers, we actively work with industry partners to ensure environmental performance at our production facilities, and we’re continuing to expand our circular subscription program, Coyuchi for Life, which keeps fresh linens in the home, and keeps our textiles out of landfills.
We upcycle, recycle, and renew used linens so they never go to waste — and starting in 2019, our 2nd Home program takes it a step further. When customers are ready to move on from their old Coyuchi linens, they can send them back to us, and we’ll see to it that each item is renewed, upcycled, or recycled, and sent onward to live its landfill-free second life.