Molly de Vries, the creative force behind Ambatalia, aims to facilitate a considered way of living that eliminates the unnecessary waste of single-use products. Crafted from lovely, natural, and sustainable materials, all textiles are proudly made in the San Francisco Bay area. Ambatalia helps us simplify and find pleasure in our daily rituals.
Heidi Swanson – New York Times bestselling writer and two-time winner of James Beard award.
Ambatalia is a manufacturer and a designer of textile goods that help to support a non-disposable life. Our goods are well thought-out designed and chosen for ease of use, lasting function and aesthetic simplicity that inspires to joy and change.
Ambatalia in essence is a mother (AMBA) that bring awareness and a simple solution to disposable products which we see and use in our everyday life.
It’s not just about the plastic that pollute our nature and kill Earth’s creature. Choosing the non-disposable philosophy is a huge move that affects all areas of our lives including the global issues like climate change or species distinction. This lifestyle is not only healthier but it’s more economical since we don’t waste stuff.
Ambatalia is proud to manufacture all of its goods in California and it never uses unnecessary packaging when transporting the orders of its clients.