Posts Tagged ‘fair trade’

The Beauty of Vintage Kantha Quilts

vintage kantha quilt

  Throws and Quilts really brighten up your home, bring warmth and are of course very practical! Not only that, but layering during cooler weather, rather than putting the heater on the instant it gets a tad chilly, is far better for the environment and your hip pocket. Our range of traditional, double sided Kantha…

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Sustainable Home Hub Feature – The Hues of India

Sheetal Joshi from The Hues of India, is our featured business today from the Sustainable Home Hub. The Hues of India, as the name suggests, brings bright bold and beautiful colours to your life. An Australian online store, showcasing the various colours from different regions of India, they are all about promoting sustainability while keeping up with…

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Earth and Artisan Fair Trade Homewares

*featured image by Golbeln Travel throughout the Asia-Pacific region led Kylie Davies from Earth & Artisan, to discover unique quality hand crafted goods made from recycled materials, used for utilitarian, ceremonial, religious or decoration purposes. “Talented artisans combine incredible skill passed down from generation to generation to create handicrafts combined with age-old techniques as a source of…

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Hand Woven Artworks from recycled materials, G-Lish Foundation at The Design Hunter

  Established in 2010 by Godwin Yidana (Ghana) and Gayle Pescud (Australia), G-lish Foundation is a registered non-government organisation that develops environmentally sustainable, income generating projects to reduce poverty in rural Ghana. These projects have powerful social, economic and environmental impacts. The Design Hunter has a selection of the beautiful woven textile artworks from G-lish, which are…

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