PETA’s Vegan Homeware Awards 2023

Luxurious silk-free sheets, a range of vegan candles and a chair in pineapple leather are among the items chosen as winners in PETA’s Vegan Homeware Awards

PETA’s Vegan Homeware Awards recognise the designers and companies meeting the growing demand for eco-conscious, animal-free home decor.

Little Greene (photo above) were recognised for Best Vegan Paint. It may surprise you that not all paint is vegan, but Little Green’s paints do not include shellac (made from insects) or other animal derived products and their paints come in recycled and recyclable tins. The company also recycles paint into its innovative Remix range.

The Best Statement Piece accolade went to Tamasine Osher’s Purton chair in Pinatex, pineapple leather. I met Tamasine during London Craft Week and she also crafts beautiful light fittings made using wood from fallen trees.

Best Vegan Silk Sheets went to Touché for its range crafted from eucalyptus. No silkworms are killed in their production process. And Sun.Day were given Best Vegan Candles. The range is made from GMO free coconut and plant waxes instead of beeswax.

Vegan interior designer Chloe Bullock at PETA's Vegan Homeware Awards
Vegan interior designer Chloe Bullock

But a special mention has to be reserved for interior designer Chloe Bullock, of Materialise Interiors, who was recognised in this year’s PETA Awards as a Compassionate Designer for her dedication in designing ethical, animal-friendly spaces. Illustrating that aspirational interiors can also be cruelty free.

For a full list of the PETA Vegan Homeware Awards winners, click here

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