PETA UK reveals first vegan interiors award winners
As demand for compassionate and sustainable homeware grows the first People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) FoundationVegan Homeware Awards celebrate the best designs and innovations for a cruelty-free home, says the campaigning organisation.
Rockett St George’s Faux Cowhide Vintage style sofa (pictured) was named Best vegan sofa, Ikea’s Tejn rug Best faux sheepskin rug and Made.com’s Keira chair Best Vegan leather home office chair.
Other winners included: Best faux fur throw: Heal’s’ Lynx faur fur throw; Best wool-free blanket: Oliver Bonas’ Woven Stripe Pom Pom throw; Best feather-free cushion: Monsoon’s square tassel cushion; Best down-free bedding: Debenhams’ Feels Like Down microfibre duvet; Best vegan mattress: John Lewis’ Memory Collection mattress; Besk silk-free sheets: Habitat’s Washed Sateen range and Best wool-free curtains: Zara Home’s grey velvet curtain.
The Innovation award went to Simon Kern for the Slovakian designer’s Beleaf chair made from bio-resin and recycled leaves.
The Influencer award went to Emily Turnbull, Studio Can Can for ‘creating compassionate modern interiors for Fred Perry stores, eateries – including vegan café The Den, ‘vish’ and chips van Battered – hotels, and private homes.’