- LUXURIOUS PURE LINEN: Experience the unparalleled softness and durability of our fringe dinner napkins crafted from 100% pure linen, ensuring a touch of elegance to your dining experience.
- PACKAGE INCLUDES: Each package includes a set of 4 20 x 20 Inch dinner napkins, perfect for formal dinners, special occasions, and everyday use.
- STYLISH FRINGE DESIGN: Elevate your table setting with the unique fringe design on these napkins, adding a touch of sophistication and a hint of bohemian charm to any dining occasion.
- EARTH-FRIENDLY PACKAGING: We care about the environment! Our dinner napkins come in eco-friendly packaging, reducing waste and contributing to a more sustainable dining experience.
- EASY CARE: These linen napkins are easy to care for, getting softer with each wash. They are machine-washable, making cleanup a breeze, so you can enjoy their beauty meal after meal.
- SPONSOR A GIRL CHILD'S EDUCATION: Our D'MOKSHA CARES PROGRAM contributes to a girl child's education in India with every purchase. YOU CAN KNOW HER AND TRACK HER PROGRESS FOR A YEAR.
Sustainability is at the heart of everything that we do at D’Moksha Homes. We use the most sustainable fabrics like linen, hemp, and lyocell that grow naturally. Greater use of these fabrics helps reduce the dependency on cotton and polyester, which are extremely water and chemical-intensive.
· Our weaving partners are primarily solar-powered, matching the global standards set by Bureau Veritas.
· We design premium packaging that can be reused for other storage.
· D’Moksha Homes and all our partners have a strict “no child labor” policy.
WITH EVERY PURCHASE A CONTRIBUTION IS MADE TO EDUCATE A GIRL CHILD.
In our unique and first-of-its-kind D'Moksha Cares program, each shopper is given an option to know the girl child towards whom her purchase is contributed. Details of the same are made available to you in the package delivered.
Our zero waste policy means that the leftover fabric cuttings from our factory are sent over to women who can’t step out of their homes for work. These women use the leftover fabrics to create placemats and doilies, thereby earning an income from home.