Ethical Home Design stands for stylish and fair home accessories which are handmade, free of chemicals and from natural raw materials
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Fairtrade Coffee in a mug, organic vegetables on your plate and sustainably produced Fashion the body is already in motion. But what about Ethical Home Design for your own apartment? Here, too, a lot has happened: bed linen, baskets, blankets and Or in other words: furniture - We show you the best ethical brands for your home.
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The best brands for a stylish and fair home
- Kovac family
- Magic lines
Urbanara - Home design with cuddling factor
Urbanara offers a variety of sustainable home accessories made from natural materials, from carpets and blankets to towels to pillows, lamps and tea towels. The Berlin-based company only uses natural materials and recycled materials such as PET bottles. This home design brand also places particular value on fairly produced products. Urbanara guarantees this with its own designs from selected manufacturers and direct sales to customers. Not only are the products manufactured fairly, but the end prices are also calculated fairly.
Muubs - Innovative and timeless
From cutting boards with natural wood grain and hand-made tables with charming rough edges to simple, rustic kitchenware, Muubs Home Design offers every living space, of course hand-made. The vision of this Danish company is to create honest, durable designs for durable products that age with dignity.
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Mischioff - Ethical home design from Switzerland
Here you will find handmade carpets made of natural materials, which are made in a traditional way and under fair conditions. The preliminary work, such as spinning and dyeing, is carried out gently and by hand by a manufacturer in Naples. It is only after several months that a carpet is ready. This ethical brand also supports daycare centers to prevent child labor.
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Sichouk Collection - Pure silk has got a very soft and shiny pile and provides a special elegance. The rugs of the Sichouk Collection impress by their expressive colors and contrasts and can be wonderfully integrated into various styles of decoration. #mischioff #mischioffrugs #interiordesign #interiordesignideas #contractbusiness #bespokenrugs #interior #interiorarchitects #interiorarchitecture #homeliving #living #carpet #rug #design #designideas #furniture #designfurniture #contemporaryrugs #designrugs #sileg #Collectionsoftou #madebyhand
Kovac Family - Swedish design
This ethical brand mainly features furniture such as tables and chairs, but also lamps and ceilings - all made locally in Stockholm. Kovac's credo: to manufacture products with the least possible impact on the environment. In doing so, procure material sustainably and produce it responsibly and ethically. How does this home design brand succeed?
They always use FSC-certified, sustainably recovered and ethically sound wood. This means that Kovac takes the pieces that furniture manufacturers would normally just throw away or burn and turn them into something useful and beautiful. In this way, all products are unique, because no two woods are the same. In addition, the packaging is made from 100% recycled materials and the label is printed on environmentally friendly paper and ink.
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Magic Linen - Durable linen products
At Magic Linen you will find everything your home textiles heart desires: tailor-made bed linen, bathroom, table and kitchen linen, linen curtains - and linen clothing. As the name suggests, all products are made of high-quality linen, which is certified according to the OEKO-TEX standard, ie it is free of harmful chemicals. The family company also acts ethically, sustainably and transparently. This Ethical Home Brand, based in Lithuania, sends its linen products to 150 countries - and fortunately also to Germany.
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Check out our House of Eden Guide for more sustainable brands all around the area of living and design.