3 Repurposed Décor Brands to Upgrade Your Home
A cozy place to relax and unwind, a conscious home can be more than a safe haven – it can have a lasting impact.
Choosing to live a mindful lifestyle transcends our wardrobes to include what we sit, eat, and sleep on. From fishing nets and scrap carpets to paving stones and chalkboards, we discovered three décor brands that use regenerated waste to make brand-new, timeless pieces built to last.
#1 Eco-chic noho
Translated to “stay, dwell and live” in Māori, the New Zealand brand is a force for nature. noho brings a new kind of comfort to everyday life with its uniquely versatile, durable and dynamic chairs made with materials from discarded waste. Created for long-term use, the latest release of the noho move™ chair leverages revolutionary design that adapts to your body shape for optimal support and ergonomic comfort. Enrich your home, and the planet, by discovering Noho’s latest collections here.
#2 alcarol in nature
The brand creates functional home décor pieces while preserving the natural materials as they would appear in their respective habitats. From dining room and coffee tables to consoles and shelving, each creation replicates a distinctive landscape, bringing depth, perspective and beauty into your living spaces. Curating Ocean, Bedrock, and Wetland collections, designers Andrea Forti and Eleonora Dal Farra blend art and nature in a sensational, unexpected way. Click here to discover their latest products and showrooms.
#3 A century with Rols
Committed to sustainable carpet manufacturing since 1917, this 4-generation brand is founded on strong family values and traditions. Proudly from Spain, their rugs weave heritage, culture, innovation, and environmentalism into one-of-a-kind creations customized for your home. High style and low impact, Rols integrates ecological materials, such as wool or jute, and ECONYL® regenerated nylon into their designs, believing that “quality goes hand-in-hand with treating the earth with respect.” Indulge yourself in their beautiful designs here.
Author: Naomy Gmyrek
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