We travel all over the world for inspiration, and we always find such unique beauty each culture. Long ago in Japan, we fell in love with furoshiki (“foo-roe-sh-kee”)—a traditional wrapping cloth used to carry gifts or clothing. Modern Furoshiki can be made from a variety of fabrics and colors. After years of our furoshiki only available in Tea’s signature brown, we’re so excited to announce that you will now find the cloth in three new colors — navy, light blue and red! We love furoshiki as an elegant, versatile and earth-friendly way to wrap or transport a gift. It can even be re-used as a scarf, a kerchief, a headband, a cape!
Have you ever thought about wrapping gifts in something other than paper? During the winter holidays, 4 million tons of wrapping paper and shopping bags are thrown away. Wrap your gifts the eco-friendly way with our signature Furoshiki Gift Wrap, inspired by the artful Japanese tradition of wrapping gifts in beautiful swaths of cloth. Your giftee can re-use and re-purpose the cloth gift wrap any time of year. Read on to learn how to wrap your presents 5 different ways (in all shapes in sizes!).
The coveted role of hosting Thanksgiving. You know the job. You need the clean house, the extra chairs, the extra oven space. Where will the desserts go? How many bottles of wine will you need? The last thing you want to worry about is decorating the table! Inspired by the geometrics, florals, silver and golds found in our holiday collection, our Thanksgiving decor seemed like an easy solve. With the help of 5 particular patterns, we pulled together a tablescape perfect for all your fall festivities!
Tis the season for family photos! While the task may seem daunting, we’ve got you covered when it comes to the outfits. This holiday season, you’ll find we’ve put together a sibling shop, making holiday photo styling easier than ever. Love a dress for your daughter, but not sure what will work for your son? Not to worry! We’ve put together 5 picture-perfect outfits that you’re going to love!
We’re rolling out a new style for out littlest citizens—reversible hoodies, pants and wrap rompers for boys and girls. When you have two outfits in one, those “oops” moments aren’t quite as big of a deal.
This year for back-to-school we’ve got you covered with these must haves! Backpacks in bright colors and geometric shapes. Sneakers and boots perfect for a run around the playground and adorable mary janes, picture ready for the first day (don’t worry, they’re great on the playground too!). And don’t forget, colorful necklaces to add a little something extra for the new year, new grade and whole new look. See our round up of must-have accessories perfect for your little citizen!
Bonding with baby during storytime can be one of the most beneficial bonds at this stage in their life. Reading books to your infant helps them identify the rhythm and cadence of your voice and helps with early brain development. We’ve rounded up a few of our favorites to add to your littlest citizen’s collection!
Khadija Gurnah was born in Kenya and her husband is Puerto Rican. Together they have three children, a son who is 10 and two girls aged 4 and 2. She came across Tea when she was looking for clothing that reflected the diversity of her family.
“My kids are multiracial and I had a hard trying to find things for my children’s rooms that had a mix of modern American with a global aesthetic, so I found global artisans and started my own company, Safiya’s Room. The company I use in India for quilts is a multigenerational operation that has worked with me to mix traditional designs with modern colors.”