Sustainable Christmas: 10 recycled gift ideas for interiors

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Christmas is coming!
And with it comes DforDesign gift guide, a selection of sustainably made pieces for the home.

This year, the focus is on recycled materials: 10 items made with 10 different materials, all repurposed after a previous life.
All pieces are sourced from SforSustainable (opened in a new window/tab), where you’ll find even more inspiration searching by gift idea (opened in a new window/tab).

Happy holidays!

Sustainable Christmas gifts.<span class="sr-only"> (opened in a new window/tab)</span>

click on each item to discover its story and what makes it a more sustainable choice

  1. drinking glass – recycled glass
    more about Danser by Q de Bouteilles (opened in a new window/tab)

  2. wall clock – recycled sanding paper
    more about Hands of Time by Wisse Trooster (opened in a new window/tab)

  3. placemat – recycled leather
    more about Double Curve by LIND DNA (opened in a new window/tab)

  4. bookend – recycled construction materials
    more about AWE by A Waste Epiphany (opened in a new window/tab)

  5. door mat – recycled fishing rope
    more about Seagull by WharfWarp (opened in a new window/tab)

  6. mug – recycled clay
    more about Lazy & Relax by Noot & Swart (opened in a new window/tab)

  7. textile artwork – recycled yarn
    more about Wasteless Wonders (opened in a new window/tab)

  8. wall hanger – recycled aluminium
    more about Gloria by Essem Design (opened in a new window/tab)

  9. tray – recycled wood
    more about Provence Platter by Provence Platters (opened in a new window/tab)

  10. vase – recycled plastic
    more about Round by KUNST-S (opened in a new window/tab)


Drinking glass close-up.<span class="sr-only"> (opened in a new window/tab)</span>
Credit: Q de Bouteilles (opened in a new window/tab)
Wall clock styled on a wood dresser.<span class="sr-only"> (opened in a new window/tab)</span>
Credit: Wisse Trooster (opened in a new window/tab)
Festive table setting with recycled leather placemats.<span class="sr-only"> (opened in a new window/tab)</span>
Credit: LIND DNA (opened in a new window/tab)
Bookend holidng books.<span class="sr-only"> (opened in a new window/tab)</span>
Credit: A Waste Epiphany (opened in a new window/tab)
Recycled fishing net doormat close-up.<span class="sr-only"> (opened in a new window/tab)</span>
Credit: WharfWarp (opened in a new window/tab)
Mugs on a table.<span class="sr-only"> (opened in a new window/tab)</span>
Credit: Noot & Swart (opened in a new window/tab)
Textile artwork pieces styled on the floor with a plant.<span class="sr-only"> (opened in a new window/tab)</span>
Credit: Wasteless Wonders (opened in a new window/tab)
White shirt hanging on a recycled aluminum wall hanger.<span class="sr-only"> (opened in a new window/tab)</span>
Credit: Essem Design (opened in a new window/tab)
Platter with food and wine glasses with a fireplace on the background.<span class="sr-only"> (opened in a new window/tab)</span>
Credit: Provence Platters (opened in a new window/tab)
Close-up view of a vase and one of the black plastic bottles it is made of.<span class="sr-only"> (opened in a new window/tab)</span>
Credit: KUNST-S (opened in a new window/tab)
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