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onscious consumers everywhere are looking to introduce shades of green into their interiors, as more people embrace sustainability and bring eco-friendly, upcycled and recycled homeware into their collection. In this guide, we've gathered some of our most stylish and sustainable recycled homeware finds.
Wells Bubble Vase
Crafted from 100% recycled glass in Spain, this beautifully shaped vase would look beautiful as a centrepiece, on an open windowsill, or console table. The subtle blue-green shine brings a soft turquoise glow that will make it stand out as a real feature wherever you place it.
Recycled Wool Knee Blanket
The Tartan Blanket Co save pre-loved wool garments from landfill to make their cosy tartan blankets. Plus they donate 1% of revenue to charities that protect the environment, and 1% to community projects helping those in need. Embrace a moment of slow living with these beautiful, sustainable blankets.
Medina Tangier Rug
Perfect for both indoor and outdoor use, Weaver Green make gorgeous rugs from recycled plastic bottles. Handwoven by skilled craftspeople and keeping plastic waste out of landfill, they are designed to feel like natural wool.
Fire-hose coupling candlestick holders
British brand Elvis & Kresse reclaim decommissioned fire-hose to breathe new life into it and save it from landfill – honouring the lifesaving legacy of these materials in their luxury designs. These rare candlestick holders are made from genuine decommissioned fire-hose couplings, making a wonderful statement piece.
Aerende Brass Dish Set
Brass can be recycled and reused indefinitely. These hand-beaten dishes have a unique style and vintage feel, making glamorous coasters or display dishes for candles or succulents. Hand-crafted at Studio360, a creative studio for people living with and recovering from mental health illnesses.
Endo Reclaimed Iron Planter
These striking planters are made from recycled iron, gathered from old storage drums and given new life by artisan brand Nkuku, who specialise in combining timeless design with traditional skills. The character of the reclaimed materials add details and texture which mean that no two planters are the same.
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