As a company and individuals we are dedicated to spreading the love for nature and its splendour. We are aiming to create a transparent and environmentally friendly supply chain where we can trace the methods and the practices used to create our products.  We are transparent about our fabrics, the partners we work with, and the causes we support.

We all impact our planet thus, we all have a role in clearing up our mess.

Our Materials

We choose our materials carefully and collaborate with our manufacturing partners to reduce waste, chemicals, and plastics that damage our planet's ecosystems. Our classic linens are built to last, so choosing the correct option for the environment can be as easy as picking the right bedspread.

Our 100% linen assortment is stonewashed and coloured with non-toxic colours and woven from flax farmed in France.

Flax is a natural fiber derived from the flax plant, which doesn't need pesticides to grow and requires 60% less water than cotton. Every part of the flax plant is used to produce various products, from linen fabrics to linseed oil. Besides, linen can be recycled and is naturally biodegradable, which puts it high on the eco-friendliness chart.

Linen is known as the most breathable, hypoallergenic, and eco-friendly fabric which makes it ideal for sensitive and eczema prompt skin. We only use low impact dyes and absolutely no harmful chemicals in production.

Our Production

We're on a mission to improve our social and environmental impact management. We've been working closely with our own-brand producers to understand better and improve workers' working circumstances.

Our linen and cotton is sourced from factories in Europe that have the expertise and exclusively work with the fabric. The factories employ energy efficient, renewable sources to reduce the impact on the environment.

Our Packaging

We are conscious of excess packaging and the impact this has on the environment, which is why we aim to always use packaging made with natural, reusable or recyclable fabrics. We use NOISSUE mailers and tissue. We work with a local Toronto box production company who makes boxes for our adult line. 

Eco Life®

In a circular economy system that generates recycled yarn by reusing fibre and textile waste that come from leftovers, leftover production, confection cuts, and consumer-discarded clothing, the fabric is regenerated and utilised to manufacture new wires.

EarthColors®

A new colouring technique that mimics natural tones is environmentally friendly since it employs natural colours made from agri-food waste or plants' inedible portions like leaves and bark. This helps decrease the negative impact of the environmental footprint and protect human welfare, natural resources, and climate change.

Clean Factories

Our fabrics are produced in some of the cleanest factories in the world. These facilities exceed the environmental criteria held by any other factory in the business, whether they recycle their water, employ renewable energy, or repurpose by-products to manufacture superior linen without the waste.

Wetamarble

SGS has validated a new dyeing technique that uses 86 per cent less water than previous methods. This technology has the advantage of being more environmentally friendly and providing a marble dyeing effect, giving each finished product a distinct identity and appearance.

BCI – Better Cotton Initiative

The Better Cotton Initiative (BCI) – the biggest cotton sustainability program in the world. BCI exists to improve global cotton production for the people who produce it, it is better for the growing environment and better for the future of the sector.

Repreve®

Polyester fiber is produced using recycled plastic bottles in a traceable and environmentally friendly manner. Used PET bottles are chopped, melted, and extruded into a new high-quality recycled polyester yarn.

Circularity


We use a closed-loop approach at Dreams Jumper, which means that every product and by-product we make is regenerative or reusable. Durability is a significant component of our bedding selection because we develop and manufacture our items to endure longer. We use leftover linen from our bedding to make handcrafted accessories, extending the life of the materials and reducing the amount of energy used in the manufacturing process.

Sustainable living, one step at a time

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