New Designs & Colours Added To Lalibella’s Bathroom Accessories Range

Posted March 21, 2022 by Lalibella

Lalibella, a London-based company, works closely with women in African countries to create and produce quality ethical products and accessories. Has a new range of ethically and sustainably produced towels available in a range of attractive colours.
Lalibella, is a London-based company, working closely with women in African countries to create and produce quality ethical products and accessories.

Lalibella has a wide range of bathroom accessories, including sarongs and towels and has recently expanded their wide range of towels to include brand new, never seen before colours and designs for their traditional tawulo range by South African brand Mungo.

The team at Lalibella is passionate about supporting and working with creative artisans who produce a wide range of high-quality, traditional and ethical products. All of the tawulo towels are hand-designed in South Africa and are made using restored looms, all from different weaving eras to create these unique and intricate towel designs. Not only are the restored looms creating high-quality products, but they are also used as educational tools for people who visit the mill.

New South African Tawulo Towels

The new tawulo towels come in a range of attractive colours including: lemon zest, blue moon, aqua blue, snow, emerald green, rose, sun and brown granite. All colours come with an intricate hexagonal pattern included, as well as a contrasting colour border. No matter your style or preferences there is a towel for you. The tawulo towels come in a variety of sizes including hand towels or beach towel sizes.

All towels are made in Mungo’s mill in Plettenberg Bay, where they continually work to develop and support the local community by providing sustainable and fair jobs and opportunities, as well as training and mentoring those in their community

Built alongside Mungo’s flagship store, the mill was created as part of its commitment to an open and transparent production. The one of a kind building was designed and built for Mungo’s production line. The mill is open to the public seven days a week with guided tours available on weekends, where visitors can learn more about the weaving process, the restored looms and Mungo’s sustainable way of producing textile products.

Lalibella’s Ethical Promise

We pride ourselves on supplying high-quality, traditional and ethically produced products. This is why we are pleased to announce that the new towel designs are created using organic cotton, linen and bamboo fibres grown in Southern Africa. All the materials used in the tawulo towels are grown from non-genetically modified plants, without the use of pesticides, fertilisers or other chemicals. Using locally sourced materials not only helps the planet but helps to support other African regions, something we at Lalibella are incredibly passionate about.

“Lalibella is all about giving space to independent artisans and helping them to deliver their products to a larger market. The brand new patterns and colours now available in our tawulo towels range are a beautiful addition to our online shop and we hope that people will love the new colour options as much as we do.” Stephanie Ferrario - Owner and Founder of Lalibella.

We work hard to ensure the Lalibella range is constantly improving and evolving with new products being added to our catalogue regularly. All products bought from Lalibella help to improve the lives of the artisans who design and create the items, through Lailbella’s charity foundation Give A Future.

While Lalibella operates exclusively online, we do often take part in pop-ups in and around London to showcase and sell our wide range of African designed and made products. Stay up to date with all the latest news via our Facebook and Instagram pages.
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Last Updated March 21, 2022