Sustainable inside and out

We’ve filled our showroom with gorgeous brands that share our ethics, whilst not compromising on style.
We firmly believe that by setting the standard with the outside, only good things for the inside will follow.

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The Future Kept

The Future Kept is a collection of consciously crafted, responsibly and ethically sourced products for your home, and living a more eco-friendly sustainable lifestyle. We adore their locally produced blankets made from 100% recycled wool.


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Aerende is a lovingly sourced collection of handmade items for your home. All their products are created in the UK by people facing social challenges. Produced in low-volume batches and designed to improve with age, each purchase from their range of ethical homewares directly supports and provides opportunities for their talented makers. From their cups & saucers to their organic towels, we’re firm fans.


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No Plastic Shop

Based in the wilds of Dartmoor, the No Plastic Shop focuses on plastic free essentials for the home, including the best that Devon and Cornwall has to offer. From natural alternatives for your washing up to stylish lunchboxes and toothbrushes – switching doesn’t need to be that hard.


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Ecosophy produces textiles for the home that are thoughtfully designed and sustainably made. The name combines eco (from the Greek oikos, meaning ‘household’) and sophy (from sophia, meaning ‘wisdom’), reflecting their goal, which is to help their customers make ecologically wise choices when decorating their homes. These organic linen sheets make it even harder to get out of bed.


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Prior Shop

Prior Made turns recycled and reclaimed materials into gorgeous products that don’t look sustainable. Forget any hippy aesthetics, these pieces would sit comfortably in any luxury department store. From beautiful lighting to ceramics that just make you happy, the quality is beautiful.


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Gung Ho

British lifestyle brand Gung Ho uses sustainable and dead stock fabrics to highlight environmental issues through their collections. These embroidered lobsters are part of their Plastic Oceans campaign and are made locally in London. The brand gives 10% back to a charity that works with the issue you purchase as well as a minizine to explain the issue in the design, it’s importance and what you can do to help.