From creation to final production, we aim to be as sustainable as possible. To minimize excess and waste, our products are manufactured in small limited editions or made to order. Our textiles are printed using eco-friendly methods, with water-based pigment inks on natural fibers.
Our wallpapers are digitally printed with water-based inks on eco-friendly, clay-coated, and grass cloth papers. In partnership with One Tree Planted, each wallpaper purchase supports reforestation efforts with a one-for-one business model. For each yard of wallpaper sold, we plant one tree to help clean our air and water, provide homes for wildlife, and contribute to our health and livelihoods. 1 yard of wallpaper = earth-friendly magic.
As everything at Stevie Howell is made with love, packaging is far from an afterthought. We prioritize recycled and biodegradable packing shipping materials and eliminate usage of virgin plastic as much as possible. All of our loungewear comes packaged in matching reusable silk fabric bags, perfect for bringing your robe along for a weekend away or holding a special something everyday.
We believe that no scrap should be left behind. All of our excess fabrics are used for new pieces, such as eye masks, or are donated to local schools and non-profit art programs. If you know of an art program interested in fabric donations please contact us here!
Each year we partner with different non-profit organizations to create unique products that help engage their mission. In wake of the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic, we created non-surgical face masks with a 1:1 model (for every mask sold, one is donated to hospitals or essential service workers). By increasing quantities and demand for non-medical face masks for civilians, we hope to help ensure that there are enough N-95 masks available to the healthcare and essential workers.
Previously, we collaborated with Creative Growth Arts Center the oldest and largest nonprofit center in the world for artists with developmental, mental, and physical disabilities. Stevie worked with 4 Creative Growth Artists, Charlotte Moreno, John Mullins, Sher-Ron Freeman and Susan Janow, to create 3 limited edition scarves with 100% proceeds going back to Creative Growth.
Other organizations we value and have been proud to support: