The Finca Bathrobe
One striped bathrobe handcrafted to perfection.
With The Finca Bathrobe, every morning will feel like you are living in a luxurious Finca-style boutique hotel around the Mediterranean. Enjoy!
- The wide collar gives the bathrobe a sense of decadent luxury
- Folded-up cuffs with a percale cotton fabric gives the robe a refined look
- The pattern is made with a yarn-dye (two different colored threads)
- 100% extra-long-staple Supima cotton from California, USA
- OEKO-TEX 100 certified
- 700 gsm lightly twisted terry cloth
- Corral lining on pockets and collar
- The Robe Factory is located in Portugal
- 100% biodegradable packaging made in Portugal
- Free shipping, free returns, and free exchanges
- Don’t love the bathrobe? We’ll take it back within 30 days and issue a full refund
Our bathrobes come in two sizes (Smaller and Larger) and are generously sized for a loose and comfortable fit.
- Smaller is made for people below 175 centimeters (The length of the bathrobe is 117 cm)
- Larger is made for people above 175 centimeters (The length of the bathrobe is 120 cm)
The bathrobes are super absorbent and quick to dry. Even so, if you use the bathrobe for getting dry, washing it regularly is important to have it stay fresh over the long term.
- Wash separately from other laundry and ensure there is sufficient room in the machine
- Wash at 40-60° Celsius at centrifuge ~1000 rpm
- We highly recommend tumble drying until close to dry
- Hang to dry while still a little bit wet to straighten out any wrinkles
World's finest cotton
Produced in Portugal
In a family owned factory
Try at home
For 30 days
Why invest in robes from Juniper?
Unlike almost all other bathrobes in the world we use 100% Supima Cotton, the finest cotton in the world, in our robes which make them incredibly soft
With the black tie inspired winged collar and cuffs that are made from exclusive shirt fabric this robe creates a feeling of decadent luxury while still being crazy comfortable.
You can feel assured that 92% of our 1000+ reviews are 5 out of 5 stars. However, if you for any reason wouldn't be happy with your purchase within the first 30 days. We will take back the products and issue a full refund.
The creative mind behind Juniper
Juniper was started after an amazing experience at a boutique hotel in Mallorca in 2018. Mathilda wanted to bring the same feeling she had experienced at that hotel into her, and other people’s everyday life.
Luxury home goods were indeed already available but an inefficient supply chain had caused inflated prices and value chain transparency was essentially non-existent.
So she decided to start Juniper, only producing goods in the EU, using the finest raw materials available, and always being able to trace them back to the origin to ensure accountability and ultimately sustainability.
Juniper is owned and operated by Mathilda Wibom Westerberg.
Progress towards our principles of responsible production
Juniper has set out 17 principles of responsible production and for each product we assess how far we have gotten in progressing towards those principles. The 17 principles are aggregated into three scores ranging 0 to 100.
Animal welfare and Biodiversity
Factories, supply chain, and packaging
Durability, Climate, and Reusing & Recycling
Our bedding is strictly vegan. No raw materials from the animal kingdom are used and no animals take part in the value chain.
Our bedding is made with what is quite likely the most sustainable super high-quality cotton there is. It is certified by Supima throughout the value chain and we know exactly which farms produce the cotton we buy.
However, cotton is still a crop that requires large amounts of water. E.g. one large sheet requires about the same amount as 0.5 kg of beef produced.
Our bedding is produced outside Porto in Portugal in a family-owned factory that started operations right after the second world war.
Before arriving at our factory in Portugal the cotton is processed in Pakistan. The factory in Pakistan essentially has every certification a factory in a low-cost country can have but we still think there is improvement potential here.
You can feel confident that during no part of the supply chain have we used air freight. This product comes from the ground and stays close to the ground throughout its lifecycle.
The logistical distance this product travels is significant and while not being a large portion of carbon emission we still feel this should be improved.
Our tier-1 factory is much more vertically integrated than most factories which makes it possible to turn the raw cotton into bedding with just two factories. We are happy and don’t believe there is any room for improvement.
Our bedding is reinforced to suit the hotel industry and consequently should last for a very long time. We have opted for a thin weave but not so thin that it will easily break. Consequently, we think this product is complete from a durability perspective.
However, we still believe there is room for improvement in our communication and education around how to keep your bedding fresh for a longer time and we will work to improve this.
- Juniper will strive to minimize carbon dioxide emissions as part of its supply chain
- Juniper will make selected financial contributions to promote climate positive action
Like a hotel bathrobe
Frequently asked questions
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What makes this bathrobe special?
The devil is in the details as is often proclaimed. And with this robe, every little detail has been looked at, discussed, reinvented, and prototyped to eventually arrive at the perfect solution.
The black tie-inspired wide collar makes it look considerably more dressed up than a “regular” bathrobe, and so do the cuffs made in a percale cotton weave otherwise used to make shirts.
The belt has been hand sewn by our team in Portugal because we didn’t want any seems. The factory literally thought we were insane when we made that decision but we felt that it was necessary to create that little extra spice, and strangely, we promise that it is something you will think about every time you hold the belt. It is that different.
What is Supima cotton and how is it better for me?
Not all kinds of cotton are equal. Supima and regular cotton are, in fact, two different and distinct species of cotton. The most common type of cotton grown worldwide typically has a fiber length of only about 1 inch, whereas Supima cotton’s fiber averages 1.5 inches. Shorter fibers produce yarns that are rougher and subject to pilling on the surface of the product, while longer fibers contribute to strength and softness.
Supima cotton is grown at 500 primarily family-owned farms mainly located in California. It represents less than 1% of cotton grown worldwide and is the most expensive widely commercially available cotton in the world due to its high-quality standards and commitment to sustainable farming.