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Sustainably Chic Products

On May 28 2014
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Don’t be put off by the word “sustainable” on the label. Choosing eco-friendly furniture and furnishings will have your home looking good and you feeling great. Here are some innovate and beautifully designed homewares and lighting options to suit any home.

Sustainably Chic Products

Sustainable Flooring


Forbo Flooring’s Artoleum Striato linoleum is made from all-natural ingredients including linseed oil. It is versatile, sustainable and durable — perfect for any flooring project.

Pendant Lighting


Designed by Sala Verde, these three handsome hand-turned acacia wood pendant lights are new in town. Each one is made from a single piece of sustainably sourced acacia wood and shows off the natural colours and unique pattern variations, making each one individual.

Environmental Surfaces



Available at CASF, Global Greentag-certified, DuPont Corian® is a solid surface suitable for kitchens and bathrooms and where other solid surfaces are required.


Sustainable Furniture



Anomaly is a new brand representing innovative, beautiful and sustainable Australian-designed and -made furniture, homewares and lighting. Pieces are created by some of the best-known contemporary Australian designers.


Hand Printed Fabrics



Ink and Spindle, 2013 Melbourne Design Awards winner for Textile + Surface Design, Interior, creates hand-printed fabrics using water-based inks and sustainable base cloths in timeless designs that are made to last.

Efficient Water Consumption



There’s no need to sacrifice style for efficiency as the Axor Starck Organic range by renowned designer Philippe Starck combines his unique and stylish signature with efficient water consumption.

Nest Bath



Designed in Melbourne and sculptured from reclaimed sustainable crushed marble, the Apaiser Nest bath and free-standing basin are crafted to resemble a bird’s nest.

Made from Recycled Cardboard


Nomad by Karton is an easily-adjustable modular system made from recycled cardboard which can be used to create freestanding partitions, doorways and corners, or any space you desire.


Edited by Kate St James, FDIA

Originally from Home Design Magazine Volume 17 Issue


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