It is a more ethical and human form of consumption, although many times are more expensive products than those elaborated industrially. Crafts and their knowledge respond to a different logic than to maximize economic profits, producing, however, other benefits, both in the communities and creative people and in those people who consume them.
Your home is the space where you spend much of the time, where you recharge energy to be able to give the best of yourself every day, where you share the most intimate moments and live unique experiences What counts your IT home? Do you need any improvement? Do you give you the importance you deserve? Do you have the home you would like to have or with which you settle for?
The textile sector is one of the most impact it has on global freshwater consumption. Luckily, today, naturally occurring textiles such as bamboo, cotton, hemp, wool or leather offer an alternative for the manufacture of almost any garment, both for our closet and for our home.
While the first thing that can come to mind when we talk about sustainability is its environmental facet, we must address it from a broad perspective, also considering the social facet and governance, as well as, of course, the economic one.