Like many people these days, I'm becoming increasingly aware of the impact that excessive human consumption has on the planet. When it comes to the home, there are many things that I've changed over the past couple of years to create a more eco-friendly environment. These include switching out plastics for glass or stainless steel alternatives, choosing sustainable materials, and cutting down and becoming more aware of the types of chemicals I introduce into the home. Luckily, these days, there are plenty of places that make it easy to find and shop for eco-friendly products. These are just some eco-friendly items that I either already use or am looking to use in the future, all of which can be found on the Biome website.
Clockwise-ish from top left:
- Redecker olive wood salad servers
- Keep Cup brew reusable coffee cup: I use my Keep Cup all the time, not only at home but out and about.
- Camphor Laurel cutting board
- Ball mason jars: so they've gotten a bad rep as being a hipster cliche, but they're still pretty useful around the home
- Tin of twine jute: for use around the house and garden but mostly for decorative gift wrapping ;)
- Redecker wooden clothes pegs
- Hessian sack with tassels
- The Environmental Toothbrush
- Little Veggie Patch Co heirloom seeds
- Stainless steel straws
This post is in partnership with Biome, a fantastic Brisbane-based company.