5 Sustainable Houseware Brands to Fill Your Home With
Renovating our 1920’s row house has been a long on-going process. We are finally at a spot where rooms are getting finished and we’re seeing the light at the end of the tunnel.
Choosing pieces to fill your home can be a little difficult when you want to be mindful of how it’s made. I’ve discovered quite a few brands along the way so I thought I would share them with you guys!
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Filled with artisan-made goods from rugs, to chairs, to ceramics and a whole lot more. Note, these are fair trade goods so they are investment pieces. They will not be priced like your discounted Home Goods store. You buy these things slowly and thoughtfully, as you should with all the things you purchase!
I love Etsy’s search features since you can search for handmade specific goods. You can even search for housewares by decor style! Looking for a cute basket, it’s easy to search and you can find what you‘re looking for and support small businesses at the same time!
If you drool when you go to Anthropologie, this is your spot for housewares. Except you are actually buying artisan goods, not just mass-produced cheap versions. Their textile and basket selections are on point btw!
This is the spot for quality light fixtures, clocks, and hardware. Plus, they are producing most of their products by hand in Portland, Oregon! Let me tell you, it is hard to find electrical that is responsibly sourced + made.
This shop is where we purchased the hardware for our bathroom and it made the world’s smallest bathroom seem fancy and special! If you’re curious THESE are the doorknobs we went with. Ain‘t they purdy?
*Items were gifted from Equal Uprise and this post was sponsored, all thoughts and opinions are my own. Some links are affiliate links in which I make a small commission when you purchase goods. This is at no extra cost to you. Thank you for your support as a reader and follower of Jess with Less!