Contact Us

For order status inquiries, please email [email protected].

If you have a natural dye or indigo question, please search our blog to find additional information or contact us at [email protected].

We host a live Feedback Friday program every week featuring artists, scholars, activists, and researchers in the field of natural dyes and textiles. See our homepage to register for the upcoming Feedback Friday session and watch videos of previous programs on our blog.

Our studio is located in Seattle, Washington, and is not open to the public.

Thanks for your interest in Botanical Colors!

About our Dyes

Our natural dyes are textile grade products and suitable for use with textiles to dye, paint or print only. We also carry products that are in raw form or are food grade but they are not stored in a food safe facility and therefore should not be used in food products.

Additionally, the dye liquids and extracts are not suitable for food, alcohol or beverage coloring, cosmetics, hair, body paint or tattoos, spray tanning or coloring commercial products such as soaps, candles, medicinal tinctures, solutions or other preparations. We are unable answer questions about these types of applications and cannot be held responsible for their use in this manner. Thank you for understanding.

Get in Touch

We offer guidance, support, and consulting for emerging designers, brands, and artisans.

hand holding a stack of bright pink dyed fabric
Credit: Anna Brones

Natural Dye Production

We run a custom dye house in Seattle and provide natural dye services for fashion brands and retailers. Our customer base includes Eileen Fisher, Kata Golda, and other retailers. Learn More

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Credit: Anna Brones

Wholesale Clients

We offer wholesale products to indie dyers, artisans, craft and textile supply stores, and online sellers. If you are looking to add natural dyes to your own collection, we would be happy to discuss your needs. Learn More

About Natural Dyes

The way that conventional color is applied to clothes is broken. “Wet processing” as industrial dyeing is called, is one of the top polluters in the world, consuming enormous amounts of energy, water and petrochemical based colorants.

We’re here to provide a solution. Botanical Colors supplies artisans and industry with what they need to dye textiles in a way that uses less water, is non-toxic and biodegradable and draws its incomparable color palette from humble plants and natural sources. All colors are sustainably derived, many from agricultural and food waste products.

Along with our beautiful natural dyes, we fully support the reshoring movement to bring textile jobs back to the U.S. The wonderful thing about working with U.S. manufacturing is American know-how, scalability from sample runs through large volume production, quick turnarounds and American jobs.

Our studios are in Seattle, Washington where we offer production dyeing and do fulfillment. We also partner with other dye studios worldwide offering consulting.

Interested in learning more? Send an email to Amy at [email protected] to get the conversation going and start living your dream of using beautiful, sustainable and ethically produced fashions, yarns and fabrics.

Kathy Hattori holding a skein of yarn over a pot
Credit: Anna Brones

Kathy Hattori, founder of Botanical Colors