Madeleine Boulesteix playfully uses old kitchen utensils to create glamorous chandeliers.
Pli Design are committed to creating furniture with stellar eco credentials ensuring that all considerations from cradle to cradle have been addressed.
Bird. Retro and vintage pieces for the home are reinvented or simply reloved. Children's chairs, oversized grocery scales, wooden planters and benches, linens, lamps and more.
Emma Loves Retro. Vintage fabrics recycled into fabulous accessories for the home. emmalovesretro.co.uk
Lou Rota uses collage and decoupage to transform unloved objects into highly desirable homewares.
Christina Meyer. With a range of stunning FSC certified quality wood flooring in the finest oak, beech, ash, walnut and cherry, Christina Meyer is proving that luxurious floors can be ethical and desirable.
Paint the Town Green. Painting and decorating company who specialise in using eco-friendly paint. The paint is odourless and free from toxic fumes.
Dojo Ecoshop. Organic mattresses, handmade beds, futons and ethical products for for the home.
Clothes and shoes:
Eloise Grey draws on the traditions of fine British tailoring and the weaving heritage of the Hebrides. She works with the prize-winning organic tweeds from Ardalanish on the Isle of Mull, creating a collection of ladies' clothing to last a lifetime.
Bourgeois Boheme. Gorgeous shoes and accessories that do not trade ethics for fashion, nor sacrifice style for conscience.
Izzy Lane. Gorgeous wool clothing for men and women. Ethical fashion reared and made in Britain.
Olli and Lime. Gorgeous, eco-friendly children's furnishings that appeal to the style-conscious parents.
Ultimately Eco Ltd. Environmentally friendly cleaning services for the home, offices, venues, shops, etc.
Bio-D. Ethical cleaning products manufactured in the UK.
Silver Jungle. Beautifully illustrated books who's income from sales is sent to animal conservation projects in Asia.
Green and Spring products are created using herbs and flowers native to the British Isles.
Great Elm Physick Garden. Pure, nourishing, plant-based, organic herbal skincare.
Local Roots. Shop based in Abingdon, Oxfordshire, with an emphasis on fair trade and minimal impact on the environment all retail goods sourced within 30 miles of the shop.
Warn and Washed is a unique company supplying reclaimed fabrics in ready cut bundles for creating your own handmade quilts. They also run regular workshops.
Green blogs/online magazines:
theaccidentalecomaniac.com laluminata.co.uk daisygreenmagazine.co.uk
treehugger.com theginlady.com thegreenfamilia.co.uk ethical-junction.org/blogs/