When's a hot water bottle not a hot water bottle? When it's a Noozie! There's nothing as lovely as snoozing in your bed or in front of the TV with a hot water bottle. But sometimes hot water bottles can be a bit of a hassle to make and how many times have you over-filled your bottle... Continue Reading →
Rocking Horse Man Crafts Old School Toys To Give Philippine Prisoners New Hope This week I came across a truly inspirational man. Chris Woolcock is an Australian master craftsman, whose carved wooden rocking horses have received international acclaim and now fund what he calls “his most important work” - teaching his skill to prison inmates... Continue Reading →
Perfect as gifts or for your own home, Gypset Cargo’s stunning collection of hand-made shell and brass-beaded mirrors will bring coastal chic and “boho luxe” to every space. Mirrors are not just functional; they can also be stunning pieces of wall art and a real focal point, bringing style and substance to living rooms, bathrooms,... Continue Reading →
If you’re not particularly green fingered, but want a bit of foliage in your home and to bring the outside inside, add some plant life with accent pieces of furniture and accessories with botanical motifs, colours and prints. At Eco Chic, the online emporium for eco conscious homewares, we're constantly inspired by the beauty of... Continue Reading →
Give a homewares gift with a conscience
Elegant, unique and eco friendly homewares gifts don’t need to cost the Earth. If you’re stuck for ideas this Christmas, Eco Chic, the online homewares and furniture emporium for the eco stylish, has some really beautiful ideas for the perfect gift with a conscience.
Handmade Istanbul and Agate Coasters
Coasters are a brilliant way to add a bit of colour and style to a room in a very subtle way. They’re also a must have if you want to avoid marking your beautiful furniture.
The Istanbul coaster collection will add a splash of divine international charm to your table. Craftsmen make these beautifully colourful, handmade coasters from tumbled limestone, using designs from ancient Turkish frescoes, transferred onto each piece by hand – which means each coaster is unique. To protect your furniture, the bottoms of these pieces have cork backing. They’re heat…
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Celebrate The Perfect Coastal Christmas With Eco Chic
At Eco Chic we love making creative use of all things unloved and washed up! So what better use of Australian driftwood than to create some fabulous festive decorations for a delightfully coastal Christmas?
Christmas doesn’t have to be all shiny and sparkly. In the southern hemisphere, being in summertime, driftwood provides a soft, summery, understated Christmas glamour.
All our Festive Driftwood pieces are made from found pieces of coastal driftwood collected and fashioned into some truly creative homewares and accessories. We love the grey brown hues and rustic texture of this beautiful material. It’s just so Australian!
Standalone Driftwood Tree: Isn’t this just the cutest Christmas tree ever? It’s so pretty and a really useful size, too: At 80cm high by 45cm wide, it’s tall enough to make a statement and small enough to be tastefully subtle! Decorate…
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Get this fabulously fun and fruity look with dip-coloured wicker pendant lights
A lot of crafty seventies interiors trends are making a comeback at the moment and at Eco Chic we’re wild about wicker! One of our obsessions is pendant lights. In a kitchen, dining room, living room, hallway, kids room…we can’t get enough of them, so combining pendants with a fun take on retro wicker is win-win in our book!
These wicker style rattan baskets have been cleverly “upcycled” into warm and textural pendant lights and come in a delicious assortment of dipped colours to put a little bit of colour and personality into your home.
The fun and fruity pendants belong anywhere from the dining room to the children’s room. We put the Citron in TV presenter, Shelley Craft’s dining room, to give it that extra special touch of zesty life for her Byron home.
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