Waxed Linen Food Wraps (Set of 3) – Ivy • Madder • Indigo
These waxed linen food wraps are a sustainable alternative to using plastic clingfilm. Each set of wraps comes in 3 convenient sizes and can be used time and time again to protect foods such as cheese, half-cut fruits, and vegetables, dried snacks, and more.
- Handmade in England
- Linen / Pure Beeswax / Pine Resin / Jojoba Oil
- Avalilabe in 3 colourways – Ivy (Greens) / Madder (Pinks) / Indigo (Blues)
- Set of 3 sizes:
🄻 360 x 250𝗆𝗆 ≓approx
🄼 250 × 180𝗆𝗆 ≓approx
🅂 180 × 180𝗆𝗆 ≓approx
Wax Atelier use linen instead of cotton for our food wraps, as it is a more sustainable material. Linen is a slightly more rigid fibre than cotton, which increases the strength and longevity of the product.
For this reason, the behaviour of these food wraps is not the same as other products found on the market. These wraps will be dryer so we recommend using as shown on our visuals: folding, pressing corners. The object to be conserved needs to be smaller than the wrap to allow for overlapping.
Tradition & Innovation
Wax Atelier re-visits traditional techniques ranging from candle dipping, paper making, to crafted textiles using natural wax. Making becomes a tool to experience the interconnection between the natural world and material culture.
WAX Atelier was founded in 2017 by multi-disciplinary designers Lola Lely and Yesenia Thibault-Picazo, in London.
Since 2020, our products have been manufactured in Barking, East London, by a team of trained artisans, originating from the local community.
About the Founders
Born in Hanoi, Lola Lely grew up in London and was curious from an early age about how objects are made. Drawing, making, and the connection between materials, process, and maker are all central to her practice.
Yesenia Thibault-Picazo is a French-born musician and designer. Exploring narrative potentials of materials through collaborations with experts in the fields of geology, anthropology, and craft, she uses design as a means to engage with diverse audiences on contemporary ecological challenges.