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Lindleywood handmade bird boxes are novel and fun
Lindleywood
Helen & Simon Lindley, 17 Pastures Road, Barrowby, Grantham, Lincolnshire, NG32 1AZ
phone: 01476 560707
At Lindleywood we design and hand-make original, fun wooden bird boxes and other products for home and garden. We also use only British suppliers; so we buy our sustainable European redwood pine from a local wood-merchant and use hardwearing non-toxic wood paints from an independent UK manufacturer. Our products are often in the national media, such as on ITV's Love Your Garden and The Alan Titchmarsh Show. They make ideal gifts for all occasions where you want to give something that's well-made and unique. 
Victorian kitchen dresser upcycled in shabby chic style
The Treasure Trove
Unit 4 Mine Pit Wood, Little Dernwood Farm, Dern Lane, Waldron East Sussex TN21 0PN (*by appointment only)
phone: 01323 488049
The Treasure Trove is an online shabby chic and vintage furniture store based in East Sussex. We source our furniture from all over the Sussex area and further afield, searching for time-worn or faded items that need The Treasure Trove’s restoring touch. All our furniture is lovingly hand- painted and transformed into unique statement pieces for your home.
  
We stock many items including wardrobes, chest of drawers, dining sets, kitchen dressers, bookcases, dressing tables, sideboards and much more. Our furniture comes with FREE UK DELIVERY and pieces are shipped by local courier directly to your door. For further information please do visit our website.
basketbasket
BasketBasket
Cranford Drive, Holybourne, Alton, Hants GU34 4HJ
phone: 01420 85112
BasketBasket is a family-run business in Hampshire. Having developed a love of baskets while living in France, founder Virginia Seeckts found it frustrating when she returned to the UK that she couldn't find lovely baskets here. So she launched BasketBasket in 2008 selling fairly traded natural baskets – a truly eco-friendly alternative to the plastic shopping bag.
 
Our baskets are handmade from sustainable grasses and other plants by talented artisans from family-run businesses in Morocco, Ghana and Madagascar. We pay fair trade prices, providing work for local people and preserving skills for future generations. We use eco-friendly packing and there are no plastics used anywhere in our natural baskets. 
 
We import mainly via road and sea, but to offset our carbon we are members of the Woodland Trust which creates new woods throughout the UK.
Sustainable Kitchens is based in Bristol and makes eco friendly wood kitchens
Sustainable Kitchens
Avondale Works, Woodland Way, Kingswood, Bristol, BS15 1JZ
phone: 0117 961 6471
Sustainable Kitchens specialises in building high quality, bespoke kitchens with minimal impact on the environment. We don't use MDF - we use traditional and sustainable materials, principally hardwoods such as PEFC-certified American white oak; while our clever low profile approach and simplicity in design allow us to keep our prices affordable without compromising on materials or build quality.
 
We offer a tailored design, build, installation and project management service and we recycle clients' existing kitchens via Freecycle.
 
Our kitchens are made to last for decades, however we do consider end of life issues and build our kitchens in a way that allows them to be easily disassembled and component parts recycled.
 
BasketBasket
BasketBasket
Cranford Drive, Holybourne, Alton, Hants GU34 4HJ
phone: 01420 85112
BasketBasket is a family-run business in Hampshire. Having developed a love of baskets while living in France, founder Virginia Seeckts found it frustrating when she returned to the UK that she couldn't find lovely baskets here. So she launched Basket Basket in 2008 selling fairly traded natural baskets – a truly eco-friendly alternative to the plastic shopping bag.
 
Our baskets are handmade from sustainable grasses and other plants by talented artisans from family-run businesses in Morocco, Ghana and Madagascar. We pay fair trade prices, providing work for local people and preserving skills for future generations. We use eco-friendly packing and there are no plastics used anywhere in our natural baskets. 
 
We import mainly via road and sea, but to offset our carbon we are members of the Woodland Trust which creates new woods throughout the UK.
 
Woven Image panels are made from 60 per cent recycled plastic bottles
Woven Image
(UK) The Collective Agency
phone: +44 (0)20 3633 3138

Woven Image is an Australian company that manufactures innovative surface coverings and textiles. One of its key products is its award-winning EchoPanel, a versatile eco-friendly acoustic material made from 60 per post consumer recycled plastic bottles and 40 per cent virgin PET, and which is 100 per cent recyclable

Available in different thicknesses (7,12 and 24mm) and lots of designs and colours, EchoPanel is a fun, modern material can be used in myriad ways in residential, office and contract interiors - as wall cladding, space dividers, decorative designs, desk dividers or indeed as artwork. It has the added bonus of being able to absorb sound, so in spaces that are noisy or echoey, it creates what's called acoustic comfort for people. 

EchoPanel demonstrates upcycling at its best because it's taking a waste material and creating a high quality new product from it. It comes in panel form, ready-made freestanding screens, ceiling suspended space dividers and in packs of peel-and-stick tiles - which are great fun to use. 

So if want to update your interiors and have acoustic benefit too, check out EchoPanel - available to order in the UK through The Collective Agency.

Romag integrated photovoltaic roof panels
Romag
Leadgate Industrial Estate, Consett, County Durham, DH8 7RS
phone: +44 (0)1207 500000
Romag is a glass and solar manufacturer that specialises in providing innovative and environmentally-friendly products across a range of sectors.

Romag manufactures cutting-edge solutions for a wide variety of projects, ranging from display panels for museums and zoos to solar photovoltaic (PV) units for architectural developments. Eco-friendly products include solar control glass, which uses light transmission technology to keep interiors at a comfortable temperature, as well as A-rated energy-efficient glazing that is ideal for insulating buildings. And Romag’s roof-integrated solar PV options, pictured here, allow homeowners to generate clean, renewable solar energy without the obtrusive look of traditional solar panels which protrude from the roof. 

 
All Romag products can be tailored to your project’s requirements for a completely bespoke solution.
Lindleywood handmade bird boxes are novel and fun
Lindleywood
Helen & Simon Lindley, 17 Pastures Road, Barrowby, Grantham, Lincolnshire, NG32 1AZ
phone: 01476 560707
At Lindleywood we design and hand-make original, fun wooden bird boxes and other products for home and garden. We also use only British suppliers; so we buy our sustainable European redwood pine from a local wood-merchant and use hardwearing non-toxic wood paints from an independent UK manufacturer. Our products are often in the national media, such as on ITV's Love Your Garden and The Alan Titchmarsh Show. They make ideal gifts for all occasions where you want to give something that's well-made and unique. 
Wearth London
50 Keswick Road, Great Bookham, Surrey KT23 4BH

Wearth London is the go-to online department store for shoppers who want to buy stylish, modern eco-friendly furniture for their homes. Our furniture is made by designer-makers in the UK using sustainable/reclaimed/upcycled timber and pieces you'll find include upcycled wine crate bookcases, tables, kitchen pegboards, shelving, side tables and seating. Our upholstered wine crate ottomans are particularly useful because not only can you sit on them but lift the lid and you'll find generous storage space. So for furniture with eco brilliance, character and individuality, spend time perusing Wearth London.

And a feature of our store that customers love is that they can search for products using criteria important to them, which could be 'reclaimed timber', 'biodegradable' or '100% recyclable'.

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