Harabu House, a name derived from Sanskrit, is an exclusively online destination for global-chic, stylish and eco-friendly solutions to everyday living. Launched in 2010, they strive to find sustainable products which provide economic, social and environmental benefits to those artisans who create them.
Harabu House has exclusively partnered with Glamorama Home Fashion, a soft furnishing interior design firm based in Chennai, India. The company offers premium- and luxury-range home furnishing products with contemporary styling and novel designs. The company specializes in custom furnishings such as drapes, blinds, bed linens and cushions for residential, hotel or corporate spaces.
Below are some of my favorite eco-friendly items from their website:
These beautiful handmade vintage ikat ceramic bowls were discovered while traveling to Istanbul. The vintage bowls are approximately 40 to 50 years old and measure approximately 4.5in (D) x 2.25in (H). Recommended for dry goods only.
I love this! Conversions and measurements are hand printed on a white, 100% cotton flour sack square towel.
These bags from France are so adorable! Madame Mo’s shopping bags were created as an alternative to plastic bags. They have become a simple, useful and colorful fashion accessory to be carried around town, at the beach, to the gym, for picnics. They make great gifts for any age and all occasions. 100% organic cotton.
Cute, functional and comfortable, the Apple & Bee nappy mat is a one of a kind. With an outer layer of organic cotton and an inner layer of denim coated with a recycled PET water proofed finish, this mat is completely sanitary. You can hand wash it or just wipe it clean (functional). The double layers give it an extra padding for baby’s comfort. Available in the following designs: ladybird and elephant.
Check out more items on their website! They have some great sales going on right now.