Eco Friendly

Eco Friendly WPFI

 The design industry as a whole contributes a significant amount to the pollution of today’s planet earth. We are also one of the largest industries known for the poor treatment and slave labour of humans through brand supply chains.

As stylists and designers, it is our responsibility to constantly be aware of where our products come from and aim to source earth friendly as much as possible. We love working with new and innovative companies and it’s an absolute bonus to find those who have an equally eco-considerate ethos.

 To the table top 

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Impact Eco Tableware

Made from sustainable bamboo, Impact Eco Tableware is one of the most innovative and environmentally friendly tableware ranges on the market.

Did you know that Bamboo is a highly renewable material and it needs no replanting? By choosing bamboo products we are relieving pressure on forests through wood substitution.

Hailing from the South Coast of NSW, Impact Eco offer delicious table appeal with colour choices from Oat to Avocado & Mint as well as unique print ranges.

The perfect blend of modern design and durability, that is dishwasher safe!

 For the home 

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Cloth and Co


Cloth and Co work with underprivileged women and children living in India. Providing shelter and work, Cloth and Co fosters their traditional artisan skills, creating clothing, home wares and soft furnishings to sell in the western world.

Each purchase supports fair wages, happy work environments and the future of the artisan’s craft. Fostering women’s empowerment, cultural sustainability & social change.’ – Cloth and Co

Cloth and Co support the slow fashion movement and use locally grown, native natural fibres and chemical free processing. Combined with employing traditional crafts people from third world countries, they play a key role

in the prevention of disposable factory pollutants that have a long term environmental impact.

As our climate gets warmer, the harder we have to work to make our planet a thriving one for generations to come. Pay attention to where things are made, look into companies and how they pay their workers and most of all buy quality not quantity.

Claire Delmar


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**Feature Image – Cloth & Co**


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