If you haven’t completed your Christmas shopping yet, we’ve been trawling the web to come up with gift suggestions, which help lighten the load on your wallet or protect the planet.
Save money, and rescue plastic bottles from the oceans and landfill, with the NEW Gift Bundles from Weaver Green. Savvy customers will save up to 15% by buying gifts in bundles, rather than individually. Two-Gift Bundles start from £36, including a washbag and small braided basket. Three-Gift Bundles start from £102 and include a canvas bag, washbag and hammam throw, all made entirely from recycled plastic bottles.
Cut down on plastic use in the bathroom with a choice of refillable glass dispensers from Black & Barn. Their Luxury Pump Bottles 500ml are priced from £14.99 each, or £39.99 for three. Image by @lifeatwestlands.
This on-trend Monochrome Forest Wall Hanging will bring a taste of the exotic to bedrooms or living rooms. Made from fine art canvas and printed with archival inks. Available from £48 from Love Frankie, an independent shop in Totnes, who helps fight climate change by planting trees via ecologi.com.
My Furniture has managed to bring down some of its prices due to the fall in the price of shipping containers. This stylish Oval Bin/Planter in Chrome or Bronze is made from steel and can be used as a waste paper bin or watertight planter. Available from £59.99 (saving £25 off the RRP). Check out its Sale and Clearance pages for more bargains.
Swoonworthy Scents are updating their labels, so they are currently selling off old stock, meaning you can pick up their beautiful, eco-conscious candles and wax melts for less. This Into The Wild Candle is priced from £25 and is made from 100% plant-based sustainable wax with a lead-free cotton ribbon wick.
The beautiful colours of Dartmoor have inspired this gorgeous, new Darjeeling Heather Throw, made from recycled plastic bottles. Each throw saves up to 300 plastic bottles from going into landfill, is hardwearing, washable and can be used indoors or out. Available from Weaver Green from £75.
Tableware from Artisans du Maroc is sure to prove a talking point around the table. This company was founded by two sisters to empower native craftspeople. This Tamegroute Ochre Ceramic Plate is priced from £30, available from Akojo Market who curates ethically-made collections rooted in craftsmanship.
Buy a loved one a gift that means the world! The wooden world maps from Enjoy The Wood start from £59 (2D) and £152 (3D) and come in different colours and shades. They can be personalized with aeroplane or flag pins. What makes this gift even better is this company was founded in Ukraine, and you can choose to make a donation along with buying your gift. Image from @dom_w_borowkach3
To add light and sparkle we couldn’t think of a more beautiful gift for someone with a dressing table. This gorgeous Ashbourne Triple Mirror, from My Furniture, is currently £49.99 (saving 50% off the RRP).
For a unique, but ethical gift, Discovered aims to connect artisan entrepreneurs with conscious consumers. This Hand Painted Flower Design Tea Pot, by Mrinalika Jain, is handmade in India and priced from £55. Don’t take too long to order as shipping can take 2 to 3 weeks.