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Recycle, reuse and re-love.

Recycle, reuse and re-love.

Our recycled and up-cycled pieces not only look good, they have interesting stories too.  As always, our new collections across homeware, beauty and accessories have a strong emphasis on people and planet first. Our trend this season is kindness, showcasing products recycled from unwanted materials. We love nothing more than discovering salvaged collections that have been given a new lease of life.   

So let us guide you through a small selection of our favourite recycled pieces...

The Kimono Company:
We love this small independent brand for their collection of jackets lovingly handcrafted repurposed and upcycled sarees. Each kimono they craft is 100% one of a kind. To be zero waste, The Kimono Company make scrunchies and reusable bags from the left over pieces of the sarees.

Atypical Thing:
Josefina is the designer and maker behind small independent jewellery brand, 
Atypical Thing. From her small studio in the Midlands, Josefina crafts beautiful minimal statement jewellery from recycled materials. Her pieces are modern with the perfect sustainable twist. Pricing starts from just £10.

Liv Interior:
Home textiles rich in an bohemian vibe, Liv Interior perfectly showcase a bright and rustic aesthetic look in home decor with a recycled element.  Beautiful home textiles crafted from recycled plastic bottles and waste cotton have made our hit list. Eye-catching and versatile, their range has something for everyone. We love the ethics, textural elements and colours. 


Mowgs: 
Rich in colour and pattern, fashion and lifestyle brand Mowgs source stunning ethical accessories crafted from recycled plastic. You'll find their collections highlighted in publications like 
British Vogue for all the right reasons. Bright and bold with defined textures, their boho baskets are beautifully ethically handwoven using traditional techniques. Plastic packaging tape has been given a new lease of life to be transformed into a eye catching functional and ethical accessory.






 

 


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