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9 sustainable homewares brands to inspire

Find some eco inspo with these eco-friendly homewares brands

Homewares and furniture can be a bit hit and miss when it comes to transparency and working out whether they’ve been made with the planet and people in mind. But fear not, there are an emerging number of brands that are putting sustainability at the fore and producing some incredible wares without the impact. So whether you need some eco-friendly home essentials like a bed or sofa or a unique gift for a loved one, these sustainable homewares brands have all the feel-good finds.

Nash + Banks 

This online retailer focuses on all types of ethical and sustainable wares for your home, so whether it’s kids bamboo dinner sets or zero-waste products, it’s easy to navigate all the good choices for your home. We also love its selection of clean beauty and personal care products  as  well as its selection of clothing and accessories.


Nash and banks sustainable homewares

Armadillo & Co

For gorgeous artisanal rugs, you can’t go past Armadillo & Co. Made in India using Fair Trade practices, their gorgeous designs are hand made using both natural and sustainable fibres including wool and hemp.

armadillo and co sustainable homewares

Made by Morgen

Melbourne-based designer, Nick McDonald champions a Scandinavian aesthetic with Japanese design principles. Each piece is made to order and can be customised for the perfect fit.

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In Bed Store

This linen bedding is the stuff that dreams are made of. Literally! The brand is transparent about its sourcing of raw materials and production and use only high-quality natural fibres that will last you plenty of good night’s sleep!

in bed sustainable homewares

Kip and Co. 

The vibrant designs of Kip and Co have been a long-time favourite at  G+S. The brand’s sustainability ethos includes responsible sourcing of goods, sustainable packaging, donating offcuts instead of sending them to landfill and using organic cotton in its baby range. It’s also a carbon neutral brand thanks to their participation in a carbon credit scheme that benefits a reforestation project in Australia and a solar power project India.


kip and co sustainable homewares


Pampa partners with artisans in Argentina to create handwoven textiles including throws, cushions and rugs. Fair trade, and ethically produced, their signature style is wonderfully earthy, with each piece telling a unique story. Their horses are a favourite.

Pampa sustainable homewares

Upcycle Studio

From coconut bowls to reclaimed rubber planters, Upcycle Studio is a one-stop green shop for eco-friendly gifts and homewares. Shop by materials (reclaimed fabric, recycled PET bottles), or browse their great selection of reuseables (coffee cups, water bottles and shopping bags) or check in on their DIY workshops they run throughout the year.

Upcycle Studio sustainable homewares

Pop and Scott

Beyond their hand painted pots that truly make our hearts sing, Pop and Scott also boast gorgeous lighting, sustainably made furniture and accessories. Thoughtfully designed, their wares are ones you’ll want to treasure forever.

pop and Scott sustainable homewares


From mattresses, to sofas, coffee tables and desks, the Koala range is all about quality, style and minimising environmental impact. The certified B Corp also channels funds into saving koala and turtle colonies via their partnership with WWF. Products are also low VOC, sustainably made and ethically sourced and produced. 


koala sustainable homewares

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