It’s that time of the year again, Christmas is coming!
And even though it will be different in many ways this year, it’s still going to be a chance to take a break and enjoy the little pleasures of the holiday season.
One of them is certainly giving, be it time, love or carefully chosen gifts.
As usual, DforDesign gift guide is an occasion to highlight sustainable designs. And this year, it’s focused on independent creators and smaller brands.
I hope you’ll find some good inspiration!
Click on each item to discover its story and what makes it a sustainable choice!
Biofabrication applied to home décor.
More about Kyoto by Mykor
An alternative sustainable fibre.
More about Giacigli by COKI
An inspiring story starting with recycled glass.
More about Ice Bubble by Ngwenya Glass
Giving new life to trashed paper.
More about Rubrum by Chartam
A collaborative effort towards zero-waste.
More about Jute Tile by Atelier LVDW
Dried fruits and design.
More about Almond by Keep Life
The proof that plastic is meant to be reused.
More about Mirage by Polimeer
From foraging to art.
More about Driftwood by Velma and Louise
A contribution to greening the planet.
More about Luksefjell Reflections by Photography for Future
Ancient materials and cutting-edge technologies.
More about Intertwined by Drag & Drop
For more inspiration, you can check out the 30 items gift guide I compiled last year, which is still fully valuable!
Also, if you head to SforSustainable and look for the gift idea tag, you’ll find even more ideas for consciously made homeware pieces.
Originally published at https://dfordesign.style on December 4, 2020.