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Materials that make a difference this spring

A new season is a good time to think about how the products in your home are made. To kickstart spring, we are taking steps to use more sustainable and renewable materials such as recovered glass, recycled fishing materials and fast-growing bamboo.

Green, clear glass, brown and frosted green KONSTFULL vases are arranged on a wooden sideboard, as light streams in.
Green, clear glass, brown and frosted green KONSTFULL vases are arranged on a wooden sideboard, as light streams in.

A storage solution from the sea

Ahoy! Keep your home in shipshape this spring with this boat-shaped hook. It is made from more than 90% recycled materials from a surprising source: used fishing nets and ropes collected by fishermen.

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Five green KNOPARE boat-shaped hooks hang on olive-green tiles in a bathroom setting.
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Designer Ilse Crawford is dressed in a white shirt and chunky necklace and leans against a worktop in her studio.
We look at sustainability not only as better materials and processes, but also as longevity – making beautiful things of good quality that people want to keep.

Ilse CrawfordDesigner

Spring accessories that are consciously made

This new family of mouth-blown glass vases by British designer Ilse Crawford and her design studio StudioIlse are made from recovered glass.

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Tidy up in style

Made from bamboo and handwoven by skilled craftspeople, each SALUDING laundry basket is a unique work of art. Bamboo is an organic material that creates a sense of calm within chaos.

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The inner bag peeks out of a handmade SALUDING bamboo laundry basket in a sunlit setting.
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Better for chopping, and the planet, too

This chopping board is made from 100% bamboo, a renewable material that is friendlier on the environment as it grows back quickly. It’s durable and solid too, making it ideal for everyday meal prep.

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Close-up of the soft, rounded edges of the STOLTHET bamboo chopping board, with sliced lemons on top.
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