If you love the planet and home design as much as we do then you will love this post! Years ago it used to be very hard to find ways to decorate your home without creating waste or having a minimal social impact. However, these days it’s easier to find eco-friendly decor products that are so pretty that you won’t even know they’re doing good for the environment by just looking them. Here are our favorites! Leave us a comment and let us know if we missed any other great eco-friendly shops!
Premium paint without the dangerous chemicals and toxins? Colorhouse produces a wide array of colors, all of which have no volatile organic compounds, no reproductive toxins, no chemical solvents, and no toxic fumes. So awesome!
Each freestanding pillar candle is crafted through a delicate process featuring high-grade essential oils extracted through the cleanest methods available, and use non-GMO vegetable wax and a cotton wick. The candles—with their scents of lavender, bergamot, sage, and more—are meant to burn purely, leaving no waste behind.
This website is a secondhand shop set up with furniture finds from flea markets and vintage shops! Buying secondhand is naturally good for the environment—it’s a form of recycling that takes something old and makes it new again. Chairish has stunning pieces that even used look pristine and beautiful.
This brand uses sisal and sweet grass to make the most beautiful hand-woven baskets. Similar to bamboo, these plants grow abundantly in the region, which means their use is less taxing on the environment. The brand also partners with nonprofit organizations to bring education and skill training to people in the communities with which they work. So not only do you physically get a home product that’s eco-friendly but you pay it forward to communities in Rwanda. This is a win-win!
If you’re looking for modern yet eco-friendly furniture then this is your spot. The company makes a gorgeous assortment of unique furniture from reclaimed, recycled, and sustainably harvested woods. The price range is a bit steep but worth every penny if it means helping save our planet. Right?!