7 ethical home buys
Searching out ethical retailers for home bits can be a bit of a challenge. Sustainable homewear can conjure images of tassels and hemp, but it doesn’t have to.
Here are my picks of the best home buys for the eco-friendly home:
Chloe creates typography prints designed to brighten up any wall. In an array of quirky designs, Chloe brings a joyful splash to any room. We hung her ‘Power to the Peaceful’ in our kitchen. You can check her out on Etsy.
ecru saigon candles
Ecru Siagon candles are inspired by nature and they’re one a product that you can really feel like love has been poured into them. Zen, who runs Ecru is so knowledgeable on herbs and botanicals, you can literally list scents that you like, and they’ll pair you a candle. Also, worth buying simply because of their beautiful (and sustainable) packaging.
A favourite haunt of blogger Charlotte Jacklin, Karin creates beautiful tableware that will stand the test of time. You can order through her Etsy page.
The Cotton Shop
Handmade by Amy, this Brighton based knitter creates quirky home and baby gifts. From her best selling rattles, to her reusable face pads, you can find a treasure trove of quirky products that can be used time and time again.
Tea towel lovers rejoice. Because these are the best tea towels you will ever buy. Magic Linen also makes these beautiful cushion covers and bedding. Have a look over their Etsy and I dare you not to find something.
The Tit Shop
Handmade by Claire - The Tit Shop creates these unique pots, perfect for planting or, having as a desk tidy. Made from air drying clay, painted with acrylic and finished with a matte varnish. Whether you want a custom made pot (just drop her a picture or a sketch), or one of her pre-made pots, I guarantee you’ll love them.
Staying in studio
Norfolk based, Staying in Studio makes you want to never leave your house again. From unique prints to throws that’ll change your living room, Staying In Studio is one of my favourite Etsy and Instagram shops.