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Upcycled pouf, beige

Upcycled pouf, beige

Regular price 795,00 DKK
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We create our Lonni pouf by upcycling waste textiles from laundry houses in Denmark. This is the most responsible way to deal with discarded textiles; even more environmentally friendly than recycling.

With our upcycled pouf as a footstool, sitting in the armchair or sofa becomes extra relaxing. A pouf is ideal for furnishing small spaces because it is practical and has several functions. Poufs are easy to integrate into the decor, as it can be placed in any room, and is easy to move around the home as needed.

Our products are dyed with 100% GOTS certified organic dyes in the EU and the timeless design means it will look great whatever the season. So now you can accessorise your home with a good conscience.

Product information:

  • Colour: beige
  • Dimensions: W35 x D35 x H40cm
  • Material: 99% upcycled, Filling: recycled material
  • Made in the EU from waste collected in Denmark
  • Dyed within the EU using 100% GOTS certified organic dyes

Care instructions

  • Remove and wash the cover at 30 degrees to save energy and protect the colour
  • Wash with similar colours
  • Air dry where possible to prolong the life of the product, tumble drying can wear down textiles over time and may shrink
  • You can add more filling over time to the inner if needed


We offer free delivery to service collection points within Denmark for orders over 699 DKK, to Sweden over 999 SEK, and to other EU countries over €99.

You can choose between home delivery or to pick up from a collection point in the checkout.

You may also collect from our warehouse in Holbæk, Denmark - if you choose this option we will contact you via e-mail or SMS to arrange a time for collection.

What is upcycling?

Upcycling means that we reuse the parts of the discarded garments that are still in good condition, instead of mechanically or chemically recycling them into new yarn. We manually sort through each item by hand to find the reusable pieces we can upcycle into items such as washcloths, dishcloths, tea towels, cushion covers, foot stools and toiletry bags, amongst other things.

We cut out what is reusable and sew it back together into new home textiles. This is the most environmentally friendly way to handle the waste because very little energy and water is required, in comparison with a recycled product, where the material has to be broken down and often mixed with polyester in order to bind the shorter fibres.

The desire to save as much waste textiles as possible from being burnt up into smoke was how the idea for Amolia came about, so sustainability has been at the heart of what we do from day one. Read more about all the ways we try to be as sustainable as we possibly can.

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