recycling

upcycling

recycled fabrics

Crafted fabrics

blankets

pillows

decor pillow

pillowcase

Linen blanket

wool blanket

decor interior

lyria fabrics

fabrics made in italy

blanket design

furniture design

The House of lyria

luxury design 

interior design

interior 

Blankets

Blanket

Pillows

Pillow

decor cushions 

decor pillow 

Pillows bed 

Pillowcase 

Wool pillows

Wool pillow

cashmere 

jute

linen

Pillows sofa 

Pillowcase sofa 

luxury interior 

Linen blankets

Linen pillows

linen and cashmere

Wool blankets 

Wool blanket

Textile furnishing

Textile decor

Textile fabric

decor interior 

artisanal fabrics

Crafted fabrics

Crafted pillows

Crafted blankets

recycled fabrics

Decor made in italy 

furniture fabrics

design furnishing

lyria interior

Lyria design 

lyria fabrics 

made in italy 

home styling

Pillows handmade

Blankets handmade 

Blankets made in italy 

Interior design made in italy 

jute and cashmere 

Blankets design 

furniture design 

fabric design

Our Values

Sustainability

Since its founding, Lyria has followed a path of sustainability in a direct and authentic way that is in harmony with Lyria’s history and values. Lyria’s textiles are designed to be timeless, as modern now as they were decades ago, and as they will be decades from today. Founder Riccardo Bruni believes that reusing materials is the simplest way to be a good steward of the environment, creating new textiles from old or excess fabric. Though newly popular, recycling fabrics is an idea that, for him, has its roots in 19th century Prato when textile makers were careful not to waste any material resources. Lyria offers recycling and upcycling services to fashion brands which may want to make use of their leftover materials and garments. In modern terms, Lyria has defined a protocol that covers its entire supply chain, refining production parameters with a view to creating textiles while minimizing environmental and social impact at every step. In 2019, Lyria received a prestigious award from Première Vision for a wool-and-polyester fabric made with recycled ocean plastic and celebrated for its luxurious hand-feel. Yet Bruni feels that this sort of technological innovation on the part of textile makers acts as a mere band-aid for the more deeply rooted issue of plastic pollution. Lyria publishes a detailed annual sustainability report according to the international GRI standard.

It can be downloaded here.

A Cleaner Process

For both the environment and the health of our clients and employees, Lyria is working to reduce and manage the use of chemicals in our textiles. We are implementing the 4sustainability Chemical Management Protocol for eliminating toxic and harmful substances in production through the ZDHC MRSL. This is an ongoing journey which steadily makes our process of production cleaner with each passing year.

Our People

Lyria has immense respect for its most important resource: the human beings who bring the company to life. We work to ensure that all of Lyria’s employees receive fair salaries and are able to maintain the dignity of a balanced life, even in a world ruled by the tyranny of productivity. We provide a physical working environment that lifts the heart, with beautiful glimpses of the Tuscan hills. We aim to treat all employees with compassion and respect, supporting equal rights and anti-discrimination policies. Our outsourced production is aimed at preserving the distinctive local skill of the region, supporting elderly artisans with a unique professional heritage. We believe that true sustainability does not exist in a company in which any worker are underpaid and mistreated. For more detailed information, download our Code of Ethics. 

It can be downloaded here (Italian only) 

Our Values

Sustainability

Since its founding, Lyria has followed a path of sustainability in a direct and authentic way that is in harmony with Lyria’s history and values. Lyria’s textiles are designed to be timeless, as modern now as they were decades ago, and as they will be decades from today. Founder Riccardo Bruni believes that reusing materials is the simplest way to be a good steward of the environment, creating new textiles from old or excess fabric. Though newly popular, recycling fabrics is an idea that, for him, has its roots in 19th century Prato when textile makers were careful not to waste any material resources. Lyria offers recycling and upcycling services to fashion brands which may want to make use of their leftover materials and garments. In modern terms, Lyria has defined a protocol that covers its entire supply chain, refining production parameters with a view to creating textiles while minimizing environmental and social impact at every step. In 2019, Lyria received a prestigious award from Première Vision for a wool-and-polyester fabric made with recycled ocean plastic and celebrated for its luxurious hand-feel. Yet Bruni feels that this sort of technological innovation on the part of textile makers acts as a mere band-aid for the more deeply rooted issue of plastic pollution. Lyria publishes a detailed annual sustainability report according to the international GRI standard. It can be downloaded here (Italian only).
https://www.lyria.it/pdf/LYRIA - Report sostenibilità DEFINITIVO_02092021.pdf

A Cleaner Process

For both the environment and the health of our clients and employees, Lyria is working to reduce and manage the use of chemicals in our textiles. We are implementing the 4sustainability Chemical Management Protocol for eliminating toxic and harmful substances in production through the ZDHC MRSL. This is an ongoing journey which steadily makes our process of production cleaner with each passing year.

Our People

Lyria has immense respect for its most important resource: the human beings who bring the company to life. We work to ensure that all of Lyria’s employees receive fair salaries and are able to maintain the dignity of a balanced life, even in a world ruled by the tyranny of productivity. We provide a physical working environment that lifts the heart, with beautiful glimpses of the Tuscan hills. We aim to treat all employees with compassion and respect, supporting equal rights and anti-discrimination policies. Our outsourced production is aimed at preserving the distinctive local skill of the region, supporting elderly artisans with a unique professional heritage. We believe that true sustainability does not exist in a company in which any worker are underpaid and mistreated. For more detailed information, download our Code of Ethics . It can be downloaded here (Italian only) https://www.lyria.it/pdf/etico2020.pdf

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