Get 25% off all Hand-woven Edge Rugs!
Hong Kong homes may lean towards the petite end of the spectrum, but that doesn’t mean we’re not constantly on the lookout for the latest homeware. As parents, we’ve started to be a bit more responsible – opting to be a conscious consumer rather than a speedy shopper. Whether you’re after a colourful piece to spruce up a drab room, or a basic lampshade to add to your “essentials-only” shopping list, GLC Green’s selection is worth checking out.
We’ll admit it didn’t take long for us to fall for the lush, eco-conscious collection. The custom-made rugs (this stunner is made from ash gray and natural blond abaca fibres), the practical Aruga baskets, and the easy-breezy espadrilles are just a few things already on our radar.
The simple style ticks all the boxes, but the number one selling point still remains: everything is ethically produced. By creating carefully crafted, small-scale products with natural materials, GLC Green supports Filipino artisans and their craft. One of its primary goals is to keep the cultural heritage alive, so offering a sustainable livelihood to the craftsmen is vital. Each product carries the story of the artisan who made it, and to keep transparency crystal clear, the heartfelt tales are expressed on the GLC Green blog.
With roots in Sweden, development in the Philippines, and a base in Hong Kong, this international company is the epitome of third-culture. The combination of Scandinavian simplicity and traditional Filipino artistry, give each piece a fresh, fun and functional East-meets-West fusion.
As a bonus for our Sassy Mama readers, GLC Green is giving us 25% off on all Hand-woven Edge Rugs. Simply use the code SASSYRUGS upon checkout before Sunday, 8 July.
We can all confess that our generation has made shopping a bit too easy. So, whilst we’re stocking up on goodies for our family homes, it’s extra important to consider how conscious consumerism can (and will!) benefit our little ones.
Top quality, sustainable, and handmade with natural materials. We couldn’t ask for more…