Being in business to improve lives means doing our part to create fabulous garments for you while accomplishing a sustainable business model. Our commitment to giving back is a key part of this effort and your support is crucial to make a difference - every single one of your purchases enables us to invest in positive change.
For every order, our partner Solvatten transforms 5% directly into clean water for people in developing countries. Solvatten is a social enterprise based in Sweden, our home country, that produces “jerry cans” that combine water purification and water heating. Invented and designed by Swedish microbiologist and artist Petra Wadström, Solvatten provides clean water to under-served communities around the world.
It is designed to last and only needs sunlight to work - this makes the solution very cost-effective per liter of clean, warm water. A “jerry can” is estimated to provide a family with clean, warm water for 7-10 years and can thus be vital, especially for children under five years of age, as the risk of dying from illness is greatest.
Solar water reduces the daily use of wood and coal while simplifying the process of purifying and heating water in the home. People save time and money while improving hygiene and health.
This is a cause we care about most It is every human's right to have access to clean and safe water, and we are committed to support innovative solutions that strive to make this a reality. Kindness and feminine energy conform ChambresSweden and this carries a more substantial commitment to the world at large. We are willing to confront a sustainable future and this endeavour has never felt more urgent. Through immediate action, you enable us to contribute to a project that saves lives.
The Hidden Message of Water The element of water is the driving force behind ChambresSweden from the beginning. CEO and designer Sandra Nässtöm aligns with this element in everything she creates.
Years ago, she read a book called "The Hidden Message of Water" by Dr. Masaru Emoto. The simplicity of the precise information deeply resonated with her. She believes water is a conduit for the answers to life. Water reflects human emotions and has the power to listen, see and memorize, and communicate information.