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Sustainable Textiles: A Collab By Jan Coetzee & House of Canvex

Jan Coetzee started her artistic journey in the textile industry, where she spent several years before setting out on new ventures. These included becoming a decorator, as well as a design lecturer at the Durban University of Technology.

For the past 10 years, Jan has been living a full artistic life, by producing her artwork commercially. She has recently collaborated with House of Canvex to transform her glorious artwork into sustainable textile designs.

Trading as Ingwe Designs, her range of patterns, designs and imagery were inspired by her love of Africa and her beautiful landscapes. This exclusive range can be found under the House of Canvex’s ever-growing and 100% sustainable interior textiles collection.

House of Canvex – Beautiful, Sustainable and Luxurious

The House of Canvex is a relatively young brand. It was launched by the Expand a Sign group to further enhance their sustainability efforts, as well as find a real solution for plastic pollution in South Africa. Head up by an inspired team of professionals, they collectively offer decades worth of invaluable experience within the textile manufacturing and interior design industries.

House of Canvex was born out of the need to provide consumers with high-quality textiles and doing so in an environmentally sustainable way. Today they offer interior decorators/designers, property developers, corporate South Africa and fabric houses with an ethical and sustainable product that is fully customised. Furthermore, it isn’t affected by problems associated to stock levels and supply chain issues – which are traditionally associated with the current status quo within the interior textile industry.

Made entirely from South African PET waste – with full traceability, the House of Canvex textiles are not only beautifully raw, but convey the sense of luxurious modernity of high-end textiles.

Their designs are not only influenced by international trends, but also take inspiration from local elements. It subsequently offers both international design appeal without sacrificing their local connection and environment. They also provide a platform for up-and-coming artists and textile designers to collaborate. This in turn creates truly one-of-a-kind works of art that are then transformed into beautiful textile prints.

The versatility of this truly revolutionary fabric, provides interior designers with a holistic solution. The textile can be transformed into curtains, cushion covers, table cloths and upholstery.

So, if you’re looking for a product that promotes sustainability, supports local industry and tailored to your exact needs, email: info@houseofcanvex.com and create something that is undeniably unique and memorable for you or your customer.

For more visit House of Canvex.


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