We are becoming more aware of the products we use. From knowing what goes in them to understanding that they are produced in an environment-friendly way, we strive for everyday items that think harder about how to be better. Let’s commit to future-proof living with the brands who actively try to reduce their impact on the environment.
// Sömn Home
Printed with water-based and eco-friendly ink, these Swedish kitchen staples are 100% biodegradable thanks to its cellulose composition. Highly absorbent and quick drying, each Sömn Home Sponge Cloth help reduce overall waste by replacing approximately 17 rolls of paper towels.
Responsibly made with a clean supply chain, Ecobags imagined the reusable bags movement by inspiring us all to embrace the three R’s. Keep your fruits and vegetables fresh longer with the breathable fabric of the Organic Net Drawstring Product Bags.
Graceful marks and stains of everyday life, tell your story with Eduards Italian veg-tanned leather bag —an artisanal process that uses chrome-free material using natural tannic acids from plants.
The colourful ribbons of Pappelina rugs are produced with 100% recyclable PVC that can be easily melted down and reused thanks to its composition of natural resources such as salt and oil.
Actively reducing their environmental impact, 24Bottles creates stainless steel bottles with the goal to offset all carbon dioxide emissions —making their bottles entirely carbon neutral. On their bottles, the message is clear: the numbers -0.08 reminds us the quantity of CO2 saved from releasing into the air every time we use and refill a 24Bottles instead of buying a single-use plastic bottle.
Known to be minimally modular, Moebe designs products for ease of repair, replacement, and recycling while ensuring to work with partners who’s productions are socially and environmentally responsible.