Shop ethically at UncommonGoods

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UncommonGoods is an online store with a great selection of homeware and an ethical approach to shopping. None of their products involve harm to animals and they don’t carry items made with fur, feathers, leather, or pearls. The company do not focus solely on financial but also social and environmental outcomes, which means that their  lowest paid hourly seasonal worker makes 50% more than minimum wage.

The company has a huge range of handmade pieces and products made from interesting, unusual, reclaimed, or recycled materials.

My top picks

Giraffe Family Bookends ($ 65,00). A playful set of bookends from designer Eric Gross. Great for a kids room. Handmade in Kentucky.

Cloudy Day Toilet Paper Storage($ 99.00). This toilet paper holder doesn’t take up any floor space and transforms ordinary everyday objects to a cute decoration.

The Happy Elephant ($68.00 – 150.00). This vibrant print will brighten any room.

Lumen Oil Candle Shadow Projectors (48.00). This modern oil candle illuminates a tiny stainless steel tree, casting enchanting shadows on your wall. Created by artist Adam Frank. 

Mason Jar Indoor Herb Garden $20.00. These lovely planter use a passive hydroponic system that makes it easy to grow your own herbs.

Mr. Owl Touch Lamp ($ 195,00). Vintage-inspired lamp featuring a watchful brass owl. The little owl acts as the switch for the fixture.

Check out UncommonGoods if you’re looking for the perfect birthday present, anniversary gift or some stylish home decor.

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