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8 Sustainable Homeware Brands to Try 2024

Discover some top sustainable homeware brands to try in 2024. From recycled sofas to eco-friendly bedding and responsibly sourced flowers. Furnish your house whilst looking after your home planet!
an assortment of minimalist sustainable homeware including wooden chopping boards, a glass bottle and eucalyptus in a white jug

Sustainable homeware brands help to fill your home with the furnishings you love without weighing on the planet. Homewares cover anything from utensils to decorations. Our guide takes you through the top sustainable homeware brands to treat your home with conscious comfort.

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What Are Sustainable Homewares? 

Sustainable homewares are an offer to fill your home with the items you love and cherish, to turn a house into your own sanctuary. For those exciting times where you can add to your home, finding pieces made from eco-friendly materials and Fairtrade supply chains can make a difference. They’ll provide your everyday creature comforts with the added bonus of a clear conscience! 

Of course, the most sustainable homewares are the ones you already own. Try upcycling any older items to give them a fresh feeling. For those pieces you can’t put a new spin on, make sure you recycle or donate them, so they’ll have a new chance at life.

8 Sustainable Homeware Brands to Try in 2024

When you want to add something new to your living room, kitchen, or bedroom, why not opt for something ethical and eco-friendly from our picks for the best sustainable homeware brands:

a minimalist home with a grey recycled sofa

1. Tencel Bedding

For those cosy nights, sustainable homeware brand Eucalypso makes soft, breathable bedding. Made from Tencel lyocell fabric, formed from eucalyptus fibres, the bedding offers a soft place to rest at the end of the day. Naturally antibacterial and hypoallergenic, the moisture-wicking fabric is made in a process where 98% of the water is reused and solvents are recycled. Similar to bamboo bedsheets, Eucalypso’s products can benefit both you and the planet. Helping you get a restful night, with added peace of mind. 

2. Ethical Candles 

London-based brand Earl of East makes scented candles to fill your home with more than just good scents. The sustatinable candles are made with eco-soy (non-GMO) wax and hand-made in Hackney, with unbleached linen and cotton wicks. All candle products are Vegan, Phthalate and GMO free. Set in amber glass jars you can re-use yourself, or return to them, and they’ll use them again. Whilst their cardboard boxes are made from FSC certified sources and printed with vegetable ink. What’s more, you can plant a tree with each purchase, through their partnership with Ecologi. Making these sustainable homeware items perfect for a relaxing evening. 

3. Upcycled Blankets

Blending Californian style and Mexican heritage, Caminito are a mother-daughter team based in California. Their vibrant blankets are made in collaboration with traditional weavers, and made from the remnants and off-cuts of the fashion industry. The blankets are made in Mexico, with their workers receiving fair pay and safe working conditions. You can shop their blankets, and other sustainable homewares at Made Trade.

4. Hand Crafted Curtains

With the dream of sharing beautiful handmade textiles, Ichcha creates sustainable homewares from curtains to pillows. To connect tradition and heritage, three sisters began Ichcha, or “a wish” and began making conscious homewares. Based in New York, the founders travel to India to connect with the artisans who bring their nature-inspired designs to life. Using natural dyes, hand embroidery, and chemical-free cotton, their artisans set their own prices for their creations.

5. Sustainably Sourced Hampers

Working with artisans across Africa, Mbare, pronounced “im-bah-ree”, creates beautiful storage hampers to add colour to your home. Using natural and recycled materials, these hampers are made using traditional weaving techniques, passed on from each generation to the next. Most of their partners are Fairtrade certified, and work to provide fair wages to their artisans. These sustainable homewares are designed to provide a place to keep clutter at bay, or store items like your sustainable activewear while you aren’t using it. 

6. Recycled Sofas

Founded in 2020, with a mission to reduce the number of old sofas that end in landfill, sofa manufacturers Habbio set out to create sustainable furniture that is 100% recyclable. Made out of recycled bottles, recycled alternatives to foam fillings and wood that is certified as sustainably sourced, Habbio uses 90% fewer chemicals than other manufacturers. In addition, they’ll even collect your non-Habbio sofa, to ensure that it avoids landfill.

Habbio is one of only a few British furniture mankets to hold the Manufacturing Guild Mark for quality. By keeping their workshop in the UK, they can ensure that their team work in safe conditions, are paid at least 20% higher than the living wage and have no zero hours contracts. The company aims to be completely circular in production, by using 100% recycled materials and are currently at 85%.

7. Eco-Friendly Flowers

Dubbed ‘The UK’s Most Ethical Florist’, Arena Flowers deliver beautiful bouquets across the length and breadth of the UK, with every order being arranged and hand-tied by their florists. As one of the leading ethical and sustainable brands, Arena Flowers have been accredited by the Ethical Company Index for fifteen years, earning a perfect 100/100 score for the last four years. 

The company has not used single-use plastics since 2017, and 100% of their packaging is 100% compostable. With each delivery, they plant two trees, one on behalf of the sender and the second, on behalf of the recipient.

8. Organic Cotton Table Linens

London based, independent ethical lifestyle brand Dilli Grey, creates a range of hand-blocked, 100% organic cotton and colourful table linens. Winner of the 2019 ‘Best Ethical Brand’ in the Good Web Guide Awards, for each product purchased they plant a tree on behalf of their customers, and work directly with their artisans to ensure that they are paid fairly and work in safe, clean environments. Through championing slow fashion and sustainable homewares, Dilli Grey aims to create items that will last!

Sustainable Homeware for the Future

Creating a comfy home which expresses your personality shouldn’t cost the earth; this planet is our ultimate home afterall. But choosing the green option isn’t always simple. Whether you’re looking for eco-friendly pet essentials or a guide to understanding slow beauty, The One Edit is at hand for advice on all things eco.