Where to Find Eco-Friendly Home Decor

Where to Find Eco-Friendly Home Decor

If you’re on the search for an easy-to-reference list of eco-friendly home decor providers, this post from Sisal Rugs Direct has everything you need.

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Being eco- or environmentally-friendly is an incredibly common lifestyle choice in this day and age. It influences everything you do in your life, from how you take care of your pets or your garden to the things you buy. And that’s only the beginning. In fact, a recent study by IBM and the National Retail Federation discovered that almost 70% of consumers in North America consider it important that a brand is sustainable or eco-friendly.

Speaking of the things you buy, one way a lot of individuals live a more eco-friendly life is by only purchasing things from companies that echo their values. It can be hard to figure out where to look to find the things you want, however, so we did the work for you! You can find a collection of different online retailers where you can shop for eco-friendly home decor below.

Bedding and Linens

Made Trade

Made Trade specializes in ensuring that customers are provided with products made from sustainable materials. Committed to ethical values they've outlined, they have a rigorous vetting process to ensure everything they sell meets at least two of those values.  They offer a variety of products, from handcrafted artisan work to home decor products made from recyclable materials, and high-quality bedding and linens.

Parachute

Parachute is another company that primarily offers artisan-manufactured bedding and linens. An additional benefit to shopping at Parachute is that they do community outreach through the United Nations Foundation.

Furniture

Crate + Barrel

If you'd prefer to stick with a home decor brand that you already have name recognition with, Crate & Barrel is a good option. Note that not all of the furniture they offer is considered "sustainable home decor", but they have a specific "eco-friendly furniture" section on their website that you can browse.

The Inside

The Inside is a company that gives you the ability to create customizable, true-to-your-style furniture pieces. Because everything they offer is small batch and made-to-order, their business model is more sustainable than most. There's no waste when there's no unused stock lying in a warehouse somewhere.

Miscellanea

Ten Thousand Villages

Ten Thousand Villages is especially cool because they've been offering sustainable, fair trade home decor items for over seventy years. You can find a lot of interesting and stylish modern miscellanea on their site, including kitchenware, home accents, and wall hangings.

West Elm

According to their website, the handcrafted products that can be purchased on West Elm are sourced from a network of just over 35 artisan groups worldwide that employ thousands of individual makers.

The Citizenry

The Citizenry offers a wide variety of eco-friendly, artisan made products. They partner with small maker communities worldwide and give them a large online platform to use

Rugs

Sisal Rugs Direct

We hope you don’t mind us tooting our own horn, but all the rugs we offer at Sisal Rugs Direct are created from natural, eco-friendly fibers. Materials like sisal, seagrass, hemp, and jute are all renewable, sustainable, and biodegradable. The fibers we source are grown in the same natural, sustainable way they have been for centuries.

  • Sisal is brought to us by a Mexican flowering cactus. Its sustainable properties reduce the carbon footprint for your interior design, while its durability makes it one of the top natural fibers in the industry. Learn more about sisal rugs.
  • Seagrass adds organic texture to your home goods, letting you sustainably decorate without losing out on quality. Learn about seagrass rugs.
  • Hemp is known for how soft it is, with a comparable texture to organic cotton. An added benefit of hemp beyond its sustainability is the hypoallergenic nature of the fiber. Learn about hemp rugs. 
  • Jute is often called the "golden fiber", because of its color and how cost-effective it is, but it's also soft, durable and, yes, sustainable. Learn more about jute rugs.

We’ve said it already, but it bears repeating: if you’re looking for eco-friendly floor coverings, you can find them right here from Sisal Rugs Direct

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