I don’t know about you, but I’m always on the look out for original décor. When I head to the store, everything just seems generic or like I’ve already seen it at a friend’s home. That’s why I love Etsy. Everything there is one-of-a-kind. If you haven’t check it out yet, head over there now. You can thank me later. It’s sort of like eBay -- but for handmade goods only. Many of the artists on the site are eco-conscious, so I thought I’d highlight a few of the stylish yet useful things available for your kitchen.
The Etsy shop Made in the Red Barn offers a wide array of un-paper towels and napkins. They’re washable, reusable, and cute to boot! You sure to find a set that matches your overall kitchen décor.
An alternative for plastic bags, this 100% cotton bag is super cute! There's other patterns available too. The bags are lined with water and stain-resistant nylon, so to clean, simply pull out the lining and wipe it off. Or you can throw it in the wash and line dry.
Sick of those ugly branded bags you get from the grocery store? Shop in style with this eco-friendly tote. It’s more durable than the standard grocery tote, and you can help keep yourself safe from germs by throwing it in the wash every now and then.
Spruce up your table settings at your next dinner party with these unique old-timey napkin rings. Stamp your last name or words that describe your food, like organic, yummy, and fresh, so the guests know what to expect!
The perfect tray for your next wine and cheese party! This glass artist makes the trays from recycled wine bottles, and each one comes with its own cheese knife.
Check out this butterfly magnet to add a little color and pizzaz to your otherwise drab fridge door. All of the items by Merritt Hyde are made from recycled materials, but you would never know it.
Having a hard time keeping all of the ingredients straight for your eco-friendly cleaning products? Keep this handy and cute “recipe” guide at the ready! You may even learn a trick or two.