At Penderyn Antiques, we’re striving to become a leading choice for conscious consumerism in the homeware space, especially in relation to environmental sustainability. As such, we’re very fortunate that antique furniture is inherently sustainable!
However, we want to go beyond our products’ inherent sustainability and strive to be environmentally focused in all of our business processes. So, today, we’re celebrating some top sustainable homeware brands that are inspiring us to continually improve our processes while giving them the shout-out that they deserve!
Topping our list is the wonderful Weaver Green, a British homeware brand specialising in creating soft furnishings from 100% recycled plastic. Their mission involves preventing masses of plastic waste ending up in our seas or in landfill, by instead turning it into highly useful yarn. Then, the perfected textiles are hand loomed by skilled artisans, to create items both stylish and sustainable.
MAiK Lifestyle offers ultra-trendy textiles and homewares centred around sustainability. They achieve their sustainable status by choosing environmentally responsible factories within the UK and Europe, and also ensure that all of their packaging is biodegradable and recyclable. With a variety of fresh colours and bold patterns to choose from, you’re sure to find something perfect for your home in amongst their product range.
Offering a beautiful range of handcrafted products, Afton By Palm is another homeware brand dedicated to environmental sustainability. We particularly love their clay jewellery dishes, each handmade to order in the UK!
Aerende is another British homeware brand offering a range of carefully crafted, sustainable products. From beautiful pottery to candles and textiles, there are plenty of sustainable products to choose from. What is more, Aerende is extremely transparent about the business processes. Discover more here.
Nina+Co is an interior and product design studio focused on sustainable interior design and homeware, catered to a high-end, luxury market. You can shop a range of ‘breakfast’ homeware made by skilled, British artisans, as well as some bespoke, made-to-order pieces, including The Silo Table pictured.
Another one of our favourite luxury, British homeware brands, One Nine Eight Five offers a range of ethical products. They specialise in printed and interior textiles, from cushions and wall hangings to trendy prints to add to your home. We highly recommend them if you’re looking for sustainable textiles.
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