With the ever-growing popularity of Yarwood Leather’s ranges, we have introduced a faux leather to complement our natural options, which is created from a renewable biomaterial.
Botany is made by taking wood-based residue biomaterials from the forestry industry (e.g. splinters, pellets, sawdust) and creating a bio-sourced ethylene to form a soft handle faux leather. By utilising these by-products, we are ensuring that these materials are not wasted and providing a second life for them. This biomaterial is ethically sourced and does not compete with the food chain.
As it is a biproduct of the forestry industry, it is a 100% renewable source and is created using 100% non-fossil materials.
This biomaterial provides a product which has the great properties of faux leathers – durability and flexibility.
With the introduction of Botany faux leather, we aim to expand our product range and offer customers even more choices that align with their sustainability preferences.
While Botany retains the desirable properties of durability and flexibility, we understand that some customers still prefer the unmatched character and authenticity of genuine leather.
We firmly believe that by providing both leather and faux leather, we offer customers the freedom to choose the material that best suits their individual preferences and values.
Whether customers opt for the timeless elegance of leather or the sustainable appeal of Botany faux leather, Yarwood Leather is committed to delivering high-quality products that exceed their expectations.
The introduction of a faux leather option made from a renewable biomaterial like Botany is just another step towards sustainability and responsible sourcing.