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April 2019 / Diary / by Liz Skone James

The Most Down to Earth Goodies

In honour of Earth Day later this month, we’ve rounded up some of our very favourite eco, sustainable and nature-inspired goodies from the worlds of interiors, fashion and beauty.


MALAKO Hand and Body wash

MALAKO Skin to Soul body & hand wash
Transform your mood with this restorative and energising wash, designed to cleanse and help even and renew the skin.
£19 (malakoskincare.co.uk)


Mini Eclipse mirror

Mini Eclipse mirror
This Mini Eclipse Mirror is both fun and functional; there is no better way to spice up your interior.
£21 (redcandy.co.uk)


Falling Leaves Winter lamp

Falling Leaves in Winter lamp with rose flex
This expertly crafted lamp becomes beautifully luminous when lit. The painting, on which the design is based on, took seven years to complete!
£249 (annajacobsart.com)


Jo Malone London cologne

Jo Malone London Lupin & Patchouli cologne
This cologne is a beautiful rainbow of lupin flowers, enriched by luxurious rose and deepened with patchouli.
£49 (jomalone.co.uk)


Eichholtz Quercus coffee tables

Eichholtz Quercus coffee tables
Each table top is modelled on the rings of a tree, their shapes and markings completely individual. Due to each piece differing in height, these remarkable tables could be arranged in a cluster for a sculptural look.
£2,995 (sweetpeaandwillow.com)


Design House Stockholm greenhouse terrarium

Design House Stockholm greenhouse terrarium
Small enough for indoor use, but large enough to house a miniature garden, this stunning greenhouse would be a wonderful addition to a home, allowing you to get closer to nature.
£620 (padlifestyle.com)


Timorous Beasties umbrella

Timorous Beasties umbrella
Combining fashion, function and style, this umbrella has it all. In partnership with the Scottish design duo Timorous Beasties, The Royal Opera House have created this uniquely designed print, one that will surely turn heads.
£30 (shop.roh.org.uk)