Where to Buy Ethical, Sustainable, & Fair Trade Furniture?

As most of you know this guide to purchasing ethical furniture is long over due! I kept waiting until our apartment was “put together” but honestly moving is an expensive process and our place probably won’t be fully put together for a while because we’re spacing out our purchases and choosing responsibly. BUT we do have most of our furniture in! And hunting for ethical, sustainable, & fair trade furniture was tricky! But here are a few places I found! And if you’re interested in watching my apartment tour video to see the specific furniture we purchased click here.

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Ethically Made & Fair Trade Furniture

I wanted to take the time to research ethically made & fair trade furniture, so that we could invest in quality pieces that would last us and feel confident in making these large purchases knowing our furniture way ethically made. Shopping for fair trade furniture can be a big investment we took our time, took advantage of seasonal sales, and learned that some furniture brands have payment plans which allowed us pay through monthly payments. Here's what I discovered and some of the ethical furniture brands we purchased from.

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Recycled Water Bottles Turned to Sustainable, Stylish Table Settings: BottleCloth

Starting to dream up your holiday table setting? BottleCloth table linens are perfect for adding pizzazz with a touch of sustainability. BottleCloth's bold table linens are made out of recycled plastic bottles. 

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Arizona's Ethical One Stop Shop: Redemption Market

Redemption Market is a woman-owned, ethical boutique which carries a variety of giveback goods. Redemption Market started as a simple concept with a few pieces of jewelry. Founder, Rhonda didn't intend to build a business, but felt called to do so when the opportunity presented itself.

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Pinch Pot Love: Handcrafted Planters with a Purpose

Pinch Pot Love crafts handmade clay planters, adding the perfect touch to any space. Pinch Pot Love donates 5% of sales to the Crittenton Center in Illinois which provides a safe environment, resources, and care for children.

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Light Shine Candles: Lending a Hand in Community Development

Make your holiday season a bit brighter with LightShine Candles. A portion of proceeds from LightShine Candles go to Global Outreach Developments International to encourage community development in El Salvador. 

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Newly: Sustainable Home Goods Made From Recycled Materials

Newly is on a mission to repurpose unused materials, increase sustainability, and positively impact the environment by creating long lasting products for the home. Newly’s beautiful home goods are made from 100% recycled materials.

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