Finding stylish and well-made homewares can be a challenge, particularly when the convenience of cheap plastic alternatives surrounds us.
Here are our top picks to make your home sustainable and stylish:
OYOY Dish Drainer – Brass
If you dislike the look of drying dishes on your kitchen benchtop, why not make the clutter stylish with this dish drainer by Danish design brand OYOY?
You may love the look so much that you’ll be inspired to do the dishes!
George & Willy Hanging Drying Rack
For those who don’t have the luxury of an outside clothesline, it can be tiresome sharing your living space with multiple clothes racks.
The George & Willy Hanging Drying Rack is both a functional and aesthetically pleasing solution for all your washing needs. Suspended from the ceiling using a pulley system, this drying rack is a smart way to dry and air your clothes.
Made of timber and aluminium, you know it’s going to last.
$516, George & Willy
ecostore Dish Brush
This sustainably-sourced beech wood brush encompasses vegetable fibre bristles that biodegrade at the end of their life.
Even better, you can purchase replacement brush heads and use the handle over and over again.
$5.50, The Minimal Co
Gidon Bing Citrus Juicer
Hard-wearing kitchen tools also make for beautiful pieces of art you’ll want to display at all times. This citrus juicer by Gidon Bing is no exception, with its ergonomic and simple form making juicing everything from limes to grapefruit a pleasure.
$51 AUD, Makers Mrkt.