Do you want to make your interior design more eco-friendly? Some people have started to adopt better sustainable living practices to run their houses, but less thought has been put into interior design. If you want to start making your house a sustainable home, then you should look out for fair trade brands using non-toxic, recyclable, and natural materials. Secondly, consider how a brand treats its workers – ethics plays a crucial role in sustainability, and you’ll also be buying into this if you buy into the product.
Every one of Obakki’s products is made in small batches by their artisan partners. Obakki pays these artisans decent wages to keep up with ethical practices, and the non-profit Obakki Foundation encourages them to give back even more to the planet.
All products at this company are environmentally friendly, non-toxic, and built to last a long time. Shades of Green promotes sustainability whilst never breaching its standards of quality and aesthetics.
Many of the sellers on Uncommon Goods use recycled materials to promote sustainable living practices. As a great place to find weird and wonderful gifts, this company also carries out ethical practices, with their employees being paid more than double the minimum wage.
Made Trade ensures that all of its products cover at least one of these listed values: Fair Trade, Heritage, Sustainable, or USA Made & Vegan.
Being a member of the Fair Trade Federation as well as the World Fair Trade Organisation, Yabal makes sure every product it makes supports women’s weaving cooperatives within Guatemala. Through this, the company can use both local and international markets to sell hand-woven products.