We all want to do our bit to shop green, but it’s not always easy to know where to look. To give you some ideas, I’ve put together a list of 10 online stores where you can get your hands on home decor that’s not only beautiful, but ethical and sustainable too.
This woman-owned, family-run company vets each and every one of their suppliers to ensure that their range of clothing, gifts and home goods adheres to their core values. Plus, all their shipping is 100% carbon offset, while 1% from every sale is donated to a grassroots organization.
Chicago-based business Everand commissions refugee women to sew all of their products, providing vital skills and work to help them start their new lives. Designed for social good, each purchase directly impacts artisans in both local and global communities.
With products inspired by nature, this Texas based brand is a member of the Fair Trade Federation. Working with artisans from around the world, their handcrafted home decor items are designed to last for years to come while supporting women in business.
This online marketplace is home to a treasure trove of vintage and nearly-new home furnishings and art, including everything from mid century design classics to custom made decor. With curated collections and high quality photography, it’s the easy way to buy second hand and find something truly unique for your home.
If you’re after something a little different, look no further than Effortless Composition. Combining a strong aesthetic and artisan quality, this range of home decor partners with local artists and organizations to showcase unique items that will elevate your space.
Feel good about your purchase with home decor from More This, a company dedicated to promoting businesses that put people over profit. Following a core set of values, their items have been carefully curated with both style and substance in mind.
Scouring the globe for one-of-a-kind finds, a purchase from Accompany helps to support traditional and indigenous crafts that might otherwise be lost. Think handcrafted and recycled items, made all over the world from small towns in Ghana to the northern Andes of Peru.