Copy of Sustainability

Henry & Bros. Home meets the current global environmental challenges head-on with a new era of innovative textile solutions, recycled plastic packaging, and a growing platform of conservation-focused partners to help reach sustainable goals.  

Our products meet the most stringent environmental and safety sustainability standards by ensuring quality controls are in place along every step of our supply chain for safe and test-approved products for families and the environment. Sourcing our own raw materials ensures our cotton and fibers have been certified and monitored with total transparency at every step along the supply chain from growing to spinning and onwards. We work directly with our China and Hong Kong yarn spinners and finishing mills to source Australian and American cotton, American Supima Cotton, organic cotton, recycled materials, innovative functional fibers by Invista and Lenzing, and the most modern chemicals by for innovative dye and finishing chemicals by DuPont, Archroma, and Azo-free dyestuffs.

American-grown Supima® Cotton

Henry & BROS., has launched a range of American-grown 100% Supima Cotton satin for bedsheets and quilts. Supima Cotton is praised for its sustainability and superior quality with a finer and smoother structure than other cotton varieties. Only about 3% of the world’s cotton is classified as Supima. It is characteristically longer, stronger, and generates a more premium appearance and hand-feel. The result in a elegantly perfect fiber for weaving into a satin sheeting fabric for our bedding range. As an American brand, we proudly support ethically sourced cotton which is certified and grown in America. Our Supima sheets are available for consumer retail purchasing in a variety of sizes and for the hospitality industry and small retailers.


“Softie” EcoVero Blanket

Our “Softie” Toddler Blanket is made with Better Cotton and Tencel Lyocell. Better Cotton is grown by farmers licensed by the Better Cotton Initiative - an organization which trains farmers to use water efficiently, to care for the health of the soil and natural habitats, and to promote decent work environments.
The cotton is farmed in a way that respects the environment, biodiversity, and the people who farm it.

TENCEL® lyocell This fiber comes from wood that has been obtained from sustainably managed forests, where trees are farmed in a controlled way using programmes that guarantee reforestation. The manufacturing process of this TENCEL® lyocell uses a closed circuit, allowing 100% of the water and 95% of the chemicals to be reused.