By Ella Wingfield
When making a sustainable home there are several factors to consider. Am I buying from a trusted brand? Is this piece long lasting? Is there a place for this in my home? This week we’re revisiting some of our favourite trend setters for some sustainable homeware inspiration. From sustainable shopping habits to trends that will last the test of time, looking to style setters for inspiration is a great way to incorporate some new sustainable habits into our home.
Finding inspiration in @sisiliapiring
Our first style setter is Sisilla Piring. Sisilla’s style is distinctive, retro and one of a kind. Her love for 60’s style interior design and distinctive shapes are channelled through sculptural shelves, art deco style vases and glass ornaments. Classic and timeless with a twist comes to mind when admiring Sisillas eclectic home.
Sisilla is a huge advocate for purchasing preloved items and it’s clear to see why. Not only is shopping second hand items a sustainable choice, but also allows you to build a unique home filled with one of a kind items. From charity shops and vintage stores to Ebay and Facebook Marketplace, there are thousands of preloved items just waiting to find their new homes.
When shopping preloved homeware, keeping an open mind is key. It’s unlikely you’re going to find the exact piece you’re looking for – however you might just find something better. Using keywords and keeping any opportunities to upcycle in mind can help you find that perfect new homeware addition.
If you love @sisillapiring’s home, here are some key words we recommend using to find some similar pieces!
- Art deco
- Sculptural Pottery
- Vintage Glassware
- Block Patterns
- Natural Wood
Find our Sisilia inspired homeware edit below!
Finding inspiration in @chloehelenmiles
Investing in timeless furniture to withstand ever changing trends is an option kinder to both our planet and our bank accounts. With a minimalist aesthetic and vintage furniture, @chloehelenmiles provides endless homeware inspiration and tips for building a sustainable home.
Neutral colours with hints of blush pink mean Chloe’s carefully curated furniture collection is guaranteed to last the test of time. A combination of vintage and sustainably sourced pieces prove opting for sustainable homeware with a focus on reduced consumption in no means a home lacking in character and uniqueness (but quite the opposite).
If you love @chloehelenmile’s effortlessly stylish aesthetic, here are some key words we recommend using to find some similar pieces!
- Blush Pink
- Vintage Glass Coffee Table
- Chaise Lounge
- Vintage Sideboard
- Sculptural Pottery
Take a look at our edit below for some timeless pieces we love.
Finding inspiration in @stephaniebroek
Our third and final sustainable style setter we’re looking to is Stephanie Broek. Stephanie’s home is full of sculptural shapes, natural wood and eye-catching pieces of furniture. Captivating and inventive, Stephanie’s home provides endless inspiration.
Her love (and talent) for discovering and sharing new sustainable brands makes her the ideal person to follow if you’re looking for new ideas and a beautifully curated Instagram feed full of homeware inspiration. Intriguing texture combinations and innovative silhouettes make Stephanie’s home modern, creative and full of individuality.
If you love @stephaniebroek’s modern and chic home, here are some key words we recommend to find some similar pieces.
- Sculptural Furniture
- Architectural Homeware
- Scandi Style
We’ve put together a style edit below of some of our favourite Stephanie inspired homeware pieces.
Sustainable living isn’t always easy or straight-forward, especially with consistently changing trends. Looking to sustainable influencers for inspiration can help us invest in brands dedicated to protecting our planet, get tips on shopping preloved and even learn to upcycle furniture we already own.
Our style setters prove building a sustainable home in no way means having to compromise on on-trend pieces and a stylish home. Taking the time to find sustainably produced, long-lasting furniture and vintage decor only makes our homes more personal to us, filled with unique and often one of a kind pieces.
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