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Furoshiki

With Christmas approaching, we’re highlighting Furoshiki, the Japanese art of fabric wrapping — as a simple, beautiful way to reduce your environmental footprint this year. Fabric wrapping is practised all over the world, but Furoshiki is specific to Japanese culture for the way in which it represents ceremony, beauty, a considered approach to the everyday and an appreciation of the multifunctional.

Linen napkins by IN BED in white & khaki

Our napkins in White & Khaki

We’ve used our linen napkins – which are made from offcuts of our bedding and come in sets of four – as once unwrapped, they become part of the gift themselves. There are many ways to practice Furoshiki, and the most simple basic carry-wrap (Otsukai Tsutsumi) takes only seconds, a neater and more efficient way to wrap than paper.

Linen napkins by IN BED in Pine & chestnut

IN BED Napkins in Pine & Chestnut

To try your hand at various Furoshiki styles, we like this reference.

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