With Earth Hour just passed for another year, the one night of the year where we are reminded of the damage we are doing to the Earth, it reminds us of how easy it is to take positive action to minimise this destruction. To do our little bit, we’ve rounded up some of our favourite eco-friendly home decoration products. Here’s a guide to some guilt-free shopping to remember Earth Hour—and get ready for Earth Day.

Foldable Seat Cover

This delightful foldable seat cover is made from scraps and unwanted pieces from T-shirt factories in Hong Kong. The cover is malleable and guaranteed to bring an extra bit of eco-friendly, guilt-free comfort whenever you have an unexpected guest.

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Bamboo Lighting

David Trubridge is a true king of sustainable design and has a genuine love for the natural environment. His latest selection of lighting is created from responsibly sourced bamboo. It can be assembled easily so therefore can be shipped with minimal packaging. Trubridge has even chosen a classic design, and of course great quality, so that you won’t need to replace one of his lampshades any time soon.

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Tote Shopping Bag Set

Pennapa Shotlersuk creates minimalist Tyvek paper bags. We’re seeing a lot of Tyvek in design products these days, and we know why: it’s strong, lightweight, impossible to tear and totally recyclable when you’re done. Pennapa’s brand, Belltastudio, creates bags in classic simple designs that make eco-friendliness classy.

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Yì Rice Paper Lamp

How to remember the last read page of a book after closing it? Just close it around the main pillar. The book stands safe and saves the page. The top part of the lamp is made of rice paper, which is carried by a solid wooden support. The product contains a pure, innovative and functional design language.

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Soliflore Floor Vase

Beatrix Li Chin Loos is a passionate environmentalist who has a love of design. Predominately working with wood and sustainable materials like glass and leather her work carries a strong environmental message, which allows her to combine her love of creating with her desire to contribute to the environmental movement. This vase shows a contrast between raw and refined materials that creates a new aesthetic balance.

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Post Bag

GreenWood is a brand established by designers Lu and Wen. They not only focus on the creative design of the bags, but also an impressive brand image and unique graphic design. “Art of life” is their mantra. They have created a range of innovative bags and cases that are stylish, durable, and environmentally friendly.

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