Ethically Sourced

Furniture and homeware that is both ethically sourced and affordable. Understand the impact our products have on the world.

Our Mission & Ethical Tagging System

Our mission is to offer quality furniture and homeware that is both ethically sourced and affordable. Through clarity and transparency, we help our customers to better understand the impact our products have on the world.

Ethical sourcing is the process of ensuring that products made are obtained through responsible and sustainable methods. This is an umbrella term and it can be disingenuous to label a product as ethically sourced without giving more insight into how it is ethically sourced.

To help our customers understand the impact our products have on the world, we have outlined an ever-evolving set of key socio-environmental factors that are all elements of ethical sourcing – we call these our ethical tags.

Our Ethical Tags

On each product’s page on our website, we highlight the ethical tags that apply to that product so you can better understand how that exact product is ethically sourced. Clicking on the ethical tag will then reveal more information to you.

Sustainable Materials

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Made with Sustainable Materials: Learn More

Sustainable materials are materials that can be produced in required volumes without depleting non-renewable resources. This can include sourcing materials that can be readily replenished, such as mango wood, or using materials that are highly recyclable and can be reprocessed an indefinite number of times.

Sustainable Packaging

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Sustainable Packaging: Learn More

Sustainable packaging is not just about using packaging that can be recycled. It also means looking at the sustainability of how the packaging is sourced and manufactured and how we actually use the packaging at different stages (for example, are we using too much packaging at our end and are you recycling the packaging at your end).

Stand Against Sweatshops

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Stand Against Sweatshops: Learn More

Although sweatshops are more typical in developing nations, some of these aspects can also be found in work places in the UK and other developed nations too. This means it is important to have a process that ensures these sweatshops are cut out of the supply chain at different stages and in all locations.