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Eco Friendly Kitchen and Home-ware Brands that You should Support

Our Favourite Eco-Friendly Homeware Brands

Not only do these brands stock a variety of beautiful kitchen and home products, they also support environmentally friendly initiatives, so you can feel great about welcoming these products into your home.

Copper Water Bottle

This product was recommended by Jessica Rose from Copper H2O

Avoid waste and support the environment by avoiding disposable plastic water bottles and using this gorgeous copper water bottle. In addition to its aesthetic qualities, recent studies have shown that copper is naturally anti-bacterial and anti-viral. The makers of this bottle are 100% female run and have a “good karma” program whereby they donate 15% of their profits to non-profit groups that work to supply clean drinking water in developing countries.


Copper Water Pitcher

This product was recommended by Jessica Rose from Shantiva

Use a water pitcher that supports the environment while also making your kitchen shine. This copper water pitcher is handmade by artisans using sustainably-sourced copper. It is easy to clean and is built to last a lifetime, avoiding the need for replacement.


Embossed Rolling Pin

This product was recommended by Rebecca Jones from Embossed Co.

Bring some cheer to your baking with this environmentally-friendly embossed rolling pin. All of these rolling pins are sustainably made from 100% pure high-grade solid beech wood. They are also 100% food-safe and free of BPA or any other toxic substances. Baking with these embossed rolling pins is fun, especially for kids! These beautiful rolling pins are also perfect for more than just cookies and pies. Use these new rolling pins for cakes and other sweets or for savory items like homemade noodles or pasta. You can also use our rolling pins to work with clay and other art mediums.


Aunt Fannie’s

This product was recommended by Chancy Lanier from Aunt Fannie’s

Aunt Fannie’s Cleaning Vinegar is an all-purpose cleaner that uses the power of vinegar to naturally break up the greasy, grimy, sticky, and icky. This plant-based cleaner is great for everything from kitchen counters to pet messes on the floor, and it’s safe to use around you, your kids, and your fur-babies.


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