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Shop sustainably this spring with these 14 homeware brands.
Many of us are becoming more conscious of how and where we shop these days. At a time when we have to be more mindful of everything from how we travel to where we shop, it’s clear to see there is a greater focus on living in a thoughtful and sustainable manner – and this is filtering through to our homeware.
Whether it’s candles, vases, bedding or lighting, various brands are creating homeware with an ethical mission statement that we can get behind and are allowing us to furnish our home in style and with purpose.
Here, we’ve picked out some of our favourite sustainable homeware brands to help make your house a greener place to be.
Liga eco dishclothes – fish and wave
Liga is a family business passionate about drawing inspiration from nature to design eco homeware using only sustainable materials – and these 100% compostable dishcloths are one of its standout products.
A great alternative to plastic sponges and brushes, the cloths are great for those looking to live a more sustainable lifestyle while featuring an eye-catching design that will proudly stand out in your kitchen.
Petra Palumbo wildflower jug
Petra Palumbo’s creations began with the signature and now-cult handpainted carafe and tumbler set that was originally introduced as a stylish alternative to plastic bottles and continues to flourish with a wide selection of sustainable homewares – including this wildflower jug, made of sustainable glass that will perfectly house fresh flowers or look great on display.
furn. wander 100% recycled cushion blush
Tabitha Eve cotton rope storage bowls
Tabitha Eve is a brand known for creating plastic-free alternative products from ethically sourced fabrics.
Zan + Me ceramic tumbler
Zan + Me is an eco-friendly business with a no-waste policy at its core. The brand uses clay and glazes that are recycled and even the kiln is powered by solar energy.
Kalinko Anita lampshade
One of its latest collaborations, with interior stylist and blogger Emma Jane Palin, features a range of eco-friendly 70s inspired designs – including this Anita lampshade, which was handwoven in Burma’s Pathein region and features an amber glass base.
Mela eucalyptus silk duvet cover
It’s also hypoallergenic and made from one of the softest fabrics you’ll ever touch, helping you to get a good night’s sleep.
Nordic House rattan wrap tealight holder set
Green Island wooden soap dish
Green Island is a brand creating a stylish, high quality and reasonably priced range of products that will help people make the switch to a more plastic-free life – and these soap dishes are just one of the products you need in your life.
Each dish is made from FSC-certified beechwood and allows water to easily drain away, which in turn helps the soap last longer.
Kalicrame modern wall hanging with neon accent
The hanging is made with recycled cotton rope and an added touch of neon and copper pipe gives it a modern look that will look great in any room.
Zero Waste Club reusable coffee filter
Switch to a reusable coffee filter, like this one from Zero Waste Club. It’s made of food-grade stainless steel that keeps your drink free from the odour and taste of metal.
Neon cactus double-walled coffee cup
Neon Kactus was founded in 2018 in a bid to create a reusable cup that encapsulated, style, design and performance in order to encourage others to ditch the disposable.
This double-walled coffee cup is a perfect example of the brand’s sustainability efforts, creating a design that is durable, recyclable and keeps your drink at the perfect temperature. Oh, and it comes in a fun flamingo-pink hue too.
Bobbi Beck Gelato bauhaus geometric wallpaper
All packaging is also 100% plastic-free and fully recyclable.
Natural Collection organic cotton guest towel
The towel is manufactured using twisted yarns, which are compact spun to improve the quality and life period of the towels.
Images: courtesy of brands
Megan Murray is a senior digital writer for stylist.co.uk, who enjoys writing about homeware (particularly candles), travel, food trends, restaurants and all the wonderful things London has to offer.