Go eco, go chic

Sus­tain­abil­ity at home is easy to achieve with these prac­ti­cal de­sign pieces that are easy on the planet

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1. Lecco Lounge Chair, $699, this beau­ti­ful range of re­cy­cled plas­tic wicker fur­ni­ture is suit­able for in­doors or out­doors. The de­signs are hard-wear­ing, mod­ern and fresh, liv­ing­by­de­sign.net.au

2. Ikea Vases, $14.99, these at­trac­tive and prac­ti­cal vases are made from left­over glass pieces of dif­fer­ent colours, mak­ing the look of each one unique, ikea.com.au

3. Boskke Sky Planter Re­cy­cled Medium,

$49, pro­duced from re­cy­cled plas­tic and with an el­e­gant rounded shape. The shade is slightly of­fwhite with tiny flecks of coloured plas­tic in the body, thedesigngift­shop.com

4. Banksia Cush­ion, $118, de­signed by Na­tive Swin­son, this blue and white cush­ion is hand screen printed on to high-qual­ity nat­u­ral cot­ton can­vas. There are 100 per cent re­cy­cled PET insert op­tions avail­able for the cush­ions, thedesign­hunter.com.au

5. London Clock Eldis Solid Wood Wall Clock,

$109.99, with a min­i­mal­ist style to match al­most any home decor its en­ergy-sav­ing no-tick move­ment means you won’t even hear it at work. The Eldis comes beau­ti­fully gift boxed in re­cy­cled cor­ru­gated card­board, yel­lowoc­to­pus.com.au

6. Bhatta Re­cy­cled Tim­ber Side­board, Rus­tic,

$1695, con­structed from re­claimed ma­te­ri­als, the colour and fin­ish varies on each piece, mak­ing ev­ery side­board com­pletely unique, schots.com.au

7. Charleston Re­cy­cled Cot­ton Rug Nat­u­ral

Ham­mer and Thread, $399, all Ham­mer and Thread prod­ucts are made with re­claimed, re­cy­cled or all nat­u­ral ma­te­ri­als, up­cy­clestu­dio.com.au

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