Feeling relaxed after a hard day is one of life’s simple pleasures. Whether it’s luxuriating in a warm bath, nestling into a freshly made bed, or sliding your feet into some beautifully crafted lounge slippers. But where do slippers come from? Did they simply evolve as our lives became more...
So we all know how relaxed wearing high-quality slippers, especially ones crafted by hand by skilled artisans with hundreds of years of experience. But is wearing slippers at home good for you? In my helpful article, we will uncover whether keeping your feet warm to ward off coughs and sniffles...
One Japanese tradition that I became a huge fan of was that of the Uwabaki. Uwabaki are a type of shoes or slippers that are worn indoors. Back home, most people are either barefoot in their homes or wear shoes that they would typically wear outdoors, especially if they are in public buildings. In Japanese culture, however, it is necessary to remove your shoes when you enter someone else’s home or property. Not only does this show respect, but it is also done to protect wooden floors, rugs, tatami (grass mats) and carpets from getting dirty or damaged.
As per Loungers commitment to be a sustainable business, on March 4th, 2022 in collaboration with The More Trees Campaign, we planted 500 native trees on the grounds of The Grove Hotel in Watford, UK. Reducing our environmental impact has been a top priority since day one. But now, we’re taking things further with our commitments in collaboration with the More Trees Campaign. Thank you, to all our supporters.