Floyd home, a sustainably minded home decor brand, has released The Floyd Sectional in Boucle. Made with recycled cotton from clothing headed to landfills, this trendy fabric gives the furniture piece added comfort and warmth.
Created with the aim of altering the disposal practices in the furniture industry, Floyd Home has set out to develop pieces that are timeless and keep longevity in mind throughout the design process. It has taken this goal a step further with the Full Cycle center which increases the product’s life. Through this program you can purchase returned and used pieces, restore the furniture you own and recycle responsibly once there isn’t any possible repair.
When it comes to sustainability, Floyd home has pledged to work towards being one of the first carbon-neutral furniture brands. As of when it receives the certification it’ll be achieving zero net carbon emissions whenever you order something. With the Carbon Neutral certification, companies can check their emission levels and buy offset credits.
The new sectional is composed of 80% recycled cotton from pieces that were being discarded. Through this sustainable upcycling process the cotton clothing is cut up, shredded and turned into high-quality fiber mixes. This yarn then becomes the Boucle textile. The sofa is available in the colors Talc and Pebble, and was available to buy on June 23, but the info page has since been taken down.