All ethical homeware UK

ethical homeware made in the UK

Find ethical homeware UK made with sustainability and care. Discover ethical homeware makers creating furniture, home accessories and home decoration all made in Britain with care for our environment by hand-picked British makers and independents.

Ethical homeware UK

From simply beautiful & sustainably made cushions, textiles and ceramics to zero waste and plastic free beauty & bathroom, household cleaners, we make it easy for you to shop ethically for your home and feel good about helping to make a difference to the well-being of our planet.

Makers include Aerende life-improving ethical homeware UK made by people facing social challenges and produced in low-volume batches and designed to improve with age.

Madder Cutch & Co create the most beautiful ethical natural linens hand printed with sustainable sourced plant dyes and pigments – perfect for home furnishings such as curtains, blinds and cushions.

Help me Organics is a range of aromatherapy blends hand blended by an experienced aromatherapist to bring well-being and fragrance to your home.

Traditional Welsh blankets from Jane Beck, Trefriw, Melin Tregwynt and Jen Jones are so well made they are sure to become the heirlooms of the future as well as vintage textiles to love again.

Damson & Slate offers a collection of traditionally made and ethical interiors edited by home designer and interiors stylist Hilary Lowe. The collection includes modern Welsh blankets and one-off vintage finds as well as an exclusive range of cushions.

These Two Hands is a curated collection of hand-crafted and ethical designs mostly made in Bristol and the South West and inspired by the natural world.

Another great find is Eat Sleep Live reclaimed furniture made in the UK and hand crafted in modern rustic designs and delivered to your door.


    Lottie Day

    About Lottie Day. First thing to say is that I’d rather be on the allotment! I hand make screen printed textile products for the home, featuring original illustrations inspired by my home county of Norfolk and my father’s allotment. My collection includes home accessories and gifts such as napkins, tea Read more [...]


    Growing Wilder by Georgia Camden

    Discover Growing Wilder by Georgia Camden – quality products, thoughtfully designed, sustainably sourced and ethically made in the UK. Shop Growing Wilder on Etsy About Georgia Camden I am an Illustrator, Designer and daytime dreamer living in Southsea, England. My whole life I have been inspired by the wilderness, stories, and Read more [...]


    Maria Sigma textiles

    Discover Maria Sigma textiles Maria Sigma is an award-winning weaver specialising in ‘zero waste’ ethical hand-woven textiles based in London. A bit about me By using exceptional natural materials my work celebrates a timeless high aesthetic via ‘zero waste’ design and a slow-making ethic. I combine a contemporary approach of Read more [...]



    Feldspar began in late 2016 after Jeremy and Cath Brown moved from London to the wilds of Dartmoor in Devon for a slower pace of life and some (head)space. Before they knew it, they’d bought a pottery wheel and made a 20-piece dinner set in time for Christmas. They decided Read more [...]


    Geoffrey Fisher

    Discover Geoffrey Fisher Geoffrey Fisher Design produces a range of hand made products from sustainably sourced materials including locally coppiced wood About Geoffrey Fisher Geoffrey Fisher is an artist, designer and maker who was born in South London and studied Fine Art at Middlesex Polytechnic. It was during this time Read more [...]


    Ambrose Vevers

    Ambrose is a woodsman who is passionate about craft. His workshop is nestled in the ancient Stannary town of Ashburton, within Dartmoor National Park. Each piece is skilfully crafted by hand from locally sourced materials. Browse the Ambrose Vevers online shop Source hand crafted stools, chairs, tables, benches, tongs, scoops, Read more [...]


    The Leach Pottery

    Discover The Leach Pottery “The Leach Pottery, founded in 1920 by Bernard Leach and Shoji Hamada, is among the most respected and influential studio potteries in the world. Over the last hundred years it has forged the shape of Studio Pottery in the UK and beyond. Browse The Leach Pottery Read more [...]


    Cara Guthrie ceramics

    Discover Cara Guthrie ceramics Born and raised in Scotland, with ceramic experience gained in London, Stockholm, rural Denmark and the Lake District. Now now based in the Pentlands. Available for commissions and collaborations. Contact Cara Guthrie ceramics  For details of current work and residencies, please visit my Instagram page. Stockists Read more [...]