We believe every meal should be a celebration. We never knew that what started out as a DIY project for our wedding, would eventually lead us to making a product consistent with our values — good for the environment, made with the utmost attention to detail, and something that doesn't require work outside our normal laundry routine. We started with fabric made out of recycled materials. We use non-toxic, skin-friendly ink on all of our products. Then, unlike most traditional manufacturing methods, we don’t use any excess water or create contaminated runoff during the process. We also weren’t willing to compromise on convenience or quality. That’s why our linens are easy-care, soft, machine washable, and naturally more stain and fade resistant than traditional cotton and linen. We’re proud to handcraft each product here in Los Angeles, California. That means we pay attention to the “little” things like reinforced mitered corners so our linens stand up better to constant use and repeated washes. Meals are a daily opportunity to connect with our loved ones. Whether it’s Thanksgiving or Tuesday night takeout, we believe every meal together can look and feel like a celebration. That’s why we named our company after family – Erin’s grandfathers, Wolf and Irving. We think of the table linens we make as going directly from our family to yours. From our table to yours, Justin & Erin Brownstone
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I browsed through the website and immediately fell in love with the beautiful products and the ecological mission -- this is not ordinary linen! I decided to order two full sets of the Mimochai x Wolf & Irving bird-themed napkins as a present for my brother's wedding. I received amazing, personalized customer service from Erin, and the package even included a lovely hand-written card for my brother and his fiancée. I can't wait for them to open the gift! One of my favorite Nifts so far!
I thought this was supposed to be about supporting local businesses? So weird that I'm in Boston and this was a Nift you gave me for an online company from California. Just a little confusing