How Eco-Chic is your springtime decor?

 

ICED OUT

The ancient art of sand casting is given new life in Beatriz Ball’s collection of metal wares. Handmade from 100 per cent recycled aluminum, the deep, lustrous finish of this ice bucket makes an excellent addition to any kitchen or dining room. (beatrizball.com, $250)

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOTES ADORABLE

Renewable, organic, and eco-friendly, the cork exterior of this handbag is as durable as it is gorgeous. Plus, its maker, Xianna, is a PETA-approved, Madrid-based design studio that collaborates with small sewing workshops. This feel-good find has got sustainable fashion in the bag! ($80, madefair.co)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BRUSH IT OFF

Step up your makeup game with vegan, cruelty-free brushes from Nanshy. This fan model’s non-shedding, antibacterial  brushes mean that you can swipe away fallout or apply a gentle highlight—without having to worry about bacteria or stray bristles. ($14, nanshy.com)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RAISE YOUR GLASS

This glass is certainly half-full: made by Crisil Srl., a family-owned business in Bolivia, the Raksi set is crafted from recycled materials. Each item produced by the company provides jobs for members of its surrounding community, offering stability to workers from the recycling process to the manufacturing stage. ($32, tenthousandvillages.ca)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

STEP INTO SPRING

Made in London from locally-sourced leather and wool, these sophisticated shoes from Yull are proudly British-born. This peep-toed model is especially on-trend for this season: its sunny hue and block heel are sure to please even the most discerning fashionista. ($140–370, yull.co.uk)

 

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