Hospitality textiles line made from recycled materials

Posidonia encompasses curtains, quilts and cushions

Valencia, Spain – Carmela Martí Decoración, a designer for the hospitality sector, has launched her first full collection of textiles made from recycled fibers from plastic ocean waste and repurposed cotton fibers.

The Posidonia collection, named for the Mediterranean seagrass, includes blackout curtains, sheers, quilts and cushions that are sustainable and meet the technical requirements and functionality for the hospitality industry.

The fabrics are made from two types of recycled fibers: polyester made from plastic bottles and packaging, and recycled cotton taken from old cotton garments that are shredded and recycled into new fiber.

The fabrics have been certified through the Global Recycle Standard that ensures their sustainable origins and processes throughout the chain of production in line with the United Nation’s 2030 agenda and sustainable development goals.





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