A Modern textile company pioneering in sustainable, multi-use, every day linens for a non-disposable life.
Featuring every day textiles, including multi-purpose kitchen towels, tablecloths, napkins, aprons, produce, bulk and lunch bags, utensils-to-go, wraps and cloth lids for food storage for pantry and every day use. Durable, sustainable and all made in the San Francisco bay area. Ambatalia founder, owner and local multi-generational Mill Valley resident, Molly de Vries believes in creating a non-disposable life. In turn, her passion and virtue for sustainability has become her life's work with the creation of Ambatalia since 2004. In addition to textiles, Ambatalia shop also offers vintage and locally sourced pottery and kitchen wares, bees wax candles, market baskets and bags, useful laundry essentials to save energy and other products that are utilitarian to support a green life style.
located in the Train Car
Thought provoking, multi-purpose, ecological and beautiful, Ambatalia was created to bring awareness and solutions to our growing environmental concerns of the plastics that end up in our oceans and the avoidable waste we create in our day to day lives. In addition to textiles, an assortment of household goods are available from exceptional vendors, carefully chosen for their workmanship, beauty and minimal or no packaging.
At the Mill Valley lumber yard, Ambatalia for a non-disposable life, proudly trading goods to retailers around the globe: Quitokeeto, Williams Sonoma, The Gardener. 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