home: found this [ rugs ]
Whether you need to cover some horrible flooring or if you want to jazz up a space on the cheap, then IKEA is always a great place to start looking for rugs.
These two rugs called TIPHEDE are made from recycled cotton and come in two colours.
Each with subtle tones these rugs can be washed in the washing machine making them perfect for every day use.
[ from £10 ]
home: made [ woven paper basket ]
A perfect little home project, to use up all those scraps of paper – choose your colour, print, pattern, and use this great tutorial to make a woven recycled paper basket.
It could be made any size (although smaller would be stronger) and used for storage, a plant pot holder, make up brushes, trinkets… anything!
We love this guide from TheCraftoholicWitch !
home: favourite thing [ magazine rack ]
We are loving this wall mounted magazine rack from anthropologie.com.
The art deco inspired lines of the frame give interest and personality.
Available in 2 colours this magazine rack is made from 100% recycled metal, the perfect addition to a study space or kitchen.
[ £68 ]
home: nice price [ cushions ]
We love love hm.com and think that it’s value, quality and design is a winner. Always something new to pick up for a little room refresh, including these lovely organic cushion covers from their Conscious Collection.
The amazing price of just £3.99 each, and having a item that is sustainably produced is a positive for anyone.
Available now from hm.com
home: featured [ Kuishi ]
Such a great concept, such well curated products and with a real motivational ethos behind the brand to make you want to shop their products.
The environmentally friendly goods, make you think about your way of life, the products you do and don’t need, and allow you to dip your toes into a more sustainable way of living, and a simpler everyday life.
Explore the departments of soft furnishings, and storage for kitchen or bathroom plus some gorgeous vintage finds too and even be able to choose colours for the products you select.
Kuishi (ku-we-she) meaning ‘Live‘ in Swahili.
Kuishi is a home and lifestyle brand based in Cornwall. Our ethos is to embrace living a simpler life with products that bring joy to the home as well as showing consideration for the environment.
Kuishi was born out of a personal need to change the way I live my life. This did not mean I had to stop having nice things, cutting back on the things that make me happy or making massive changes to my lifestyle. It was about making simple choices about the small things that make me feel good, by reducing the impact my spending habits have on the environment and people.
I do this by providing simple ideas and solutions that can help make a difference to our environment through change. Whether it’s reducing the amount of plastic items we purchase or buy items made from sustainable resources that reduce soil erosion and don’t harm the environment.
I just happen to provide beautiful products that will help you not only make a small difference to the environment but will improve the look and feel of your home and your lifestyle.
home: favourite thing [ hanging frame ]
Looking for a different take on the hanging grid frame? We have found it. Rather than the usual design, this hanging frame is made up of two poles connected to a simple house shape, taking inspiration from architecture.
Available from The Den & Now it’s made from recycled paper and metal and has so many uses. Perfect for hanging notes in the kitchen or office, or use it to display photos in a living room or bedroom.
We are definitely added this to our shopping list.
[ £29.50 ]
home: nice price [ recycled glasses ]
We are always on the lookout for interesting and alternative glassware [ you need choices when hosting ]. These gorgeous recycled tumblers from Rockett St George come in clear glass, and our favourite green.
Green has been an on trend colour this year, and it’s a great way to introduce it into your home. Available in a short & tall tumbler as well as a carafe to match. [ from £2.50 ]
Note: the short tumblers in green are currently unavailable online, but are in stock at their Liberty pop-up. [ look out for a full feature on the Rockett St George pop-up at Liberty next week ]