For the last 30 years, Coyuchi has been dedicated to making the highest-quality products while leaving the least possible impact on the earth. We have always been committed to using 100% certified organic fibers and transparent supply chains. Through our partnership with The Renewal Workshop, we are able to further our mission of extending the life of our linens, so they end up in new homes, not landfills.


Total Impact Through 2nd Home™

Coyuchi has taken back 43,854 lbs of fabric since 2017. 83% of the product we’ve received from our customers can be mended, cleaned, and resold to its new home, 2nd Home Renewed. See how we've saved the planet to-date by renewing vs making a new product:

44k lbs of textile waste diverted from landfills

6k light bulbs/year of energy saved

5k gallons of gas of carbon emission prevented

26 olympic swimming pools worth of water saved

69K lbs of toxic chemicals prevented from being used

How Renewed Works

2nd Home Renewed™ products are Coyuchi linens that have been returned to us through our 2nd Home Take Back™ program. Our partners at the Renewal Workshop put each product through a six-stage certification process to ensure it meets our quality standards for resale. In order to keep as many of these items in the loop as possible, we’ve separated them into two tiers:

Restored: This product has been cleaned and mended (if necessary) and restored to like-new condition.

Reconditioned: This product has been cleaned and mended in a way that shows visible signs of repair, a flaw, or had an aesthetic element that needed to be replaced. 

All repairs meet our quality standards and respect the original design, while helping to keep an imperfection or two from cutting these linens out of the loop.

"Coyuchi is proud to be the first home brand to achieve circularity, and the expansion of 2nd Home to ecommerce represents the next step for us in home textiles innovation. By widening the audience for our renewed products, Coyuchi aims to expand the reach of our circular initiatives and ultimately reduce our environmental impact.”

-Eileen Mockus, CEO & President