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PETA UK Announces Winners for the 2017 Vegan Homeware Awards

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Keira Chair in Black PU and Brass. © MADE.com
Keira Chair in Black PU and Brass.
© MADE.com

The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) are known for their involvement in the animal rights movement, and part of that is featuring amazing cruelty-free products and items. Recently, PETA UK has featured their winners for the PETA Vegan Homeware Awards 2017 – and we couldn’t have found a better match.

Here are the winners (via peta.org.uk):

Best Faux-Sheepskin Rug

IKEA Tejn Rug

Best Vegan Sofa

Rockett St. George Faux Cowhide Vintage Style Sofa

Best Vegan Leather Home Office Chair

MADE.com Keira Office Chair in Black PU and Brass

Best Vegan Candle

Pacifica Soy Candles

Best Cruelty-Free Home Fragrance

Le Labo Home Fragrance

Beat Faux-Fur Throw

Heal’s Lynx Faux Fur Throw

Best Wool-Free Blanket

 

Oliver Bonas Woven Stripe Pom Pom Throw

Best Feather-Free Cushion

Monsoon Square Tassel Cushion

Best Down-Free Bedding

Debenhams “Feels Like Down” Microfibre Duvet

Best Vegan Mattress

John Lewis Memory Collection Mattresses

Best Silk-Free Sheets

Habitat Washed Sateen Range

Best Wool-Free Curtains

Zara Home Grey Velvet Curtain

Innovation Award goes to…

Šimon Kern – Beleaf Chair:  Šimon Kern is a Slovakian designer who created an original chair from recycled leaves and bio-resin.

Influencer Award goes to…

Emily Turnbull – Studio Can Can: Vegan Interior Design and Build: Emily Turnbull is an award-winning designer who has created many cruelty-free and compassionate interiors.

Thanks to PETA, we now see how easy it has become to buy cruelty-free furnishings and gadgets to fill up your friendly home. Their winning designs have proven that you can get the comfort and the designer look – minus the cruelty. Last year, Stella McCartney teamed up with architecture and interior design brand Antrobus + Ramirez to design a vegan space for an Artefacto exhibit, filling up their space with cruelty-free furniture and decor.

Will the furniture industry turn towards the vegan route? We’ll just have to wait and see!

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