Snug and White Company among PETA winners

Luxurious silk-free sheets, a range of vegan candles and a chair in pineapple leather are among the items chosen as winners in PETA’s seventh annual Vegan Homeware Awards.

The awards recognise the designers and companies meeting the demand for eco-conscious, animal-free home decor.

The White Company took home the Best Wool-Free Rug award for its Jute Round Rug made with plaited Indian jute. Snug won the Best Vegan Sofa for while designer Tamasine Osher won Best Statement Piece for her Purton chair (pictured) in Piñatex, a faux leather made from pineapples. 

The prize for Best Wool-Free Throw went to Piglet in Bed and candle label Sun.Day of London was awarded Best Vegan Candles for its beeswax-free range which uses plant waxes such as coconut.

Other winners include Little Greene, with the Best Vegan Paint award; Devon Duvets, winner of the Best Down-Free Bedding award; Touché, whose luxe silk-free eucalyptus sheets took home the Best Silk-Free Sheets award; kitchen appliance company Milky Plant, which won Best Kitchen Accessory for its at hom plant-milk maker and interior designer Chloe Bullock, whose company Materialise Interiors was presented with the Compassionate Designer award.

‘Decorating your home without cruelty to animals is easier than it’s ever been,’ says Yvonne Taylor, PETA vice president of corporate projects. ‘PETA is celebrating the forward-thinking companies showing that home decor can be kind and compassionate, without sacrificing style.’

Purton lounge chair coffee table

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