In the past, eco-friendly home decor translated into bulky, unattractive pieces, but now many brands are producing a wealth of chic picks that would fit right in to your home. Take a look at our curated list of a few items that we covet!
Clocks: Yes, you can go green even whilst telling the time! This vinyl record clock is completely eco-friendly and will add that retro vibe to your room, in an instant!
Wall Rack: If you’re a reader, a collector of bric-a-brac, or just someone who likes their walls to look organized, bag this eco-friendly wooden wall rack. It will give a nice eclectic touch to your wall to stack it with your favorite books and decor pieces!
Lamps: It's important to bring light into your home, so why not splurge on a wonderful new lamp that is also nature-friendly? We believe that his block printed cuboid lamp, in a lovely shade of orange, will look really pretty perched on an end-table. Make sure you save electricity and turn off the lights when you're out of the room!
Book-ends: Only true bookworms will understand the importance of bookends. They keep your precious books upright, simultaneously providing a touch of chic. The wheels here looks playful and provide a fresh take on bookend designs!
Planters: Have a green thumb? Why not go all the way and buy yourself an eco-friendly planter? This particular one is both rust-resistant and the rustic design will look splendid when arranged in your homes, by the windows.
Serving Platters: Hosting parties this spring? Make sure you have your home prepared with a dish of dry fruits waiting on coffee tables, for guests to nibble on. This eco-friendly bamboo piece will add the right amount of colour to any staid table and is ideal for those dry fruits.
Sideboards: Sideboards are awfully convenient. They are apt for setting down steaming casseroles of food or heavy file folders and books. This particular sideboard, leasing proportions and symmetry, metal handles for cabinets, drawers with invisible handles and a striking vermilion motif – the piece Medium Wave, is made with reclaimed teak. Pleasing proportions and symmetry, metal handles for cabinets, drawers with invisible handles and a striking vermilion motif – the piece is designed in a mid-century style. All this and it’s eco-friendly? Yes!
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