From dining tables to armchairs to TV units there is a huge variety of Fairtrade furniture available to buy at very reasonable prices. Furthermore the quality and character each piece has is remarkable. Choose a unique piece such as a Jepara chair to introduce some more novel ethnic influence in to your home. Or for a more classic finish opt for beautifully crafted and chunky coffee tables， shelving units and sideboards. Furthermore， alongside the more rustic pieces， there are a number of extremely contemporary high design pieces which may not have come directly from working villages but still promise to be eco-friendly and green.
Alongside the larger pieces of furniture there is also a huge array of beautifully charming accessories for your home. Shop around to discover the abundance of hand crafted vaseschristmas gifts for dad， candle holders， book ends and bowls to add a warm and personal touch to your home. The patterns and shapes on many of these items are unique， hand painted or crafted and echoing the cultures and designs of the manufacturer’s home. This kind of traditional bond between the maker and the product， I believe， is as charming and unique as the finished product itself. accent pillow case baby burlap floor
To introduce some Fairtrade lighting in to your home why not purchase some beautiful and sensual candles. Or to be simply greener opt for solar powered or low energy light fittings available in a range of designs
There are also a huge range of Fairtrade products that are great for children. From traditional African toys to cars made from recycled fizzy drink cans， these pieces fire a child’s imagination and also encourage them to get making themselves.
To whatever extent you want to introduce Fairtrade and green products in to your home do remember that every bit really does help. From a napkin ring to a dining suite the money you pay for these products will directly help the manufacturers and their communities so that， when you sit with your friends and family enjoying your home， you can be assured there will be a family elsewhere in the world enjoying their home more because of you.
You’ve seen a few rooms of our little lake cottage here on the blog and glimpses of others on Instagram, but given the amount of time we spend there, I felt #calmwatercottage deserved a tour of it’s own.
When we’re decorating a space, whether it’s in a catalog or for our own home, some things just work. Symmetry is one of those things. A symmetrical arrangement of furniture or art just works, always, which is why we’re constantly using pairs to turn so-so spaces into gorgeous rooms your family can enjoy. Today, we thought we would elaborate on our love for pairs and why you need them in your home.
This DIY Homemade No.2 Poo Spray is like store-bought PooPourri Toilet Spray, but customizable. Made with essential oils, glycerine and a couple of other household ingredients it’s really easy to make. Add this free printable label with simple instructions as to how to use it and you’re set! Speaking of free printables, you may also like this printable bathroom wall art if you’re looking to add inexpensive decor.