The Magpie Anthology

January Insta Roundup

All things Eco, Natural & Ethical for a fresh 2019.

The Kind Store

The Kind Store is a 100% vegan, natural and eco-friendly online shop.
A selection of essentials to help you make ethical and sustainable choices.
They support Tower Hill Animal Sanctuary, with 10% of all profits going towards the food and care of rescued animals locally to them in Essex. Everything is posted to you in plastic free packaging.

Amber glass pump bottles


Vintage lemons cloth wipes

Their website is definitely worth a look: IG: @thekindstoreuk

Atlas & Ortus
Atlas & Ortus is an award winning, unisex sustainable living brand, founded in 2018 by sisters Evie & Francesca. They offer a whole range of stylish alternatives to everyday and single-use plastic items, for kitchen, bathroom, and on the go.

At Atlas & Ortus, they know it’s not always easy being green. That’s why they have done the hard work for you, so you can get on with your day without worrying too much about your impact on the planet. Their products aim to help you cut down and cut out the unnecessary plastics in your life – and do good at the same time with every purchase.
For them, sustainability isn’t just business jargon – it’s what their business model is built around. As well as helping reduce the amount of plastic making its way into our oceans, they are committed to contributing to the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

Weekender Bag


Bottles and cups

Another beautiful website, brilliant products and one to bookmark: IG: @atlasandortus

NIDO Collective

Nido Collective works with artisans in remote communities in Mexico and Guatemala using ancient craft techniques to produce ethical homewares and accessories.
Nido was born out of a love of textiles and a fascination with diverse cultures around the world who have been producing them for thousands of years. They strive to connect skilled artisans with the global marketplace and conscious consumers who desire, not only to purchase beautiful products, but to hear the incredible stories of the people who make them and the manufacturing processes they use.
By generating a global market for their wares, they are encouraging these communities to continue to pass on their crafts to future generations. They believe that Nido Collective can make a difference – creating a lasting social impact by empowering artisans to work for a sustainable and fair income.

Black Rebozo shawl

If you need an unusual gift, just love ethnic products or want to be inspired by the stories of their artisans then please do check out their website, it’s brilliant. IG: @nidocollective


At MAiK all prints and products are designed exclusively in-house. They are passionate about a responsible manufacturing process that looks after the environment and the people involved. They know where each product comes from and who made them. All collections are made with sustainably and ethically sourced materials.
The fresh contemporary designs with pared down aesthetics are unique and timelessly stylish. Designer and founder Cat was born and raised in Scotland before moving to London in 2001 to study at Camberwell College of Arts. MAiK’s first home was Brixton, South West London and at the end of 2016 they moved to Edinburgh. Their studio in the Hill Street Design House is where they design and create all or their original products.
The name MAiK; is an old Scottish term meaning equal. Pronounced ‘make’.

Circles Design
Tray Table

This site is answer if you want something stylish, well priced and ethical for your home: IG: @maiklondon


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