Give natural accents the green light when updating your space for spring—whether it’s a handwoven seagrass pendant lampshade, a sculptural vase made from upcycled wood or even a surprisingly affordable pair of organic cotton tea towels. Below, we’ve rounded up a few of our favourite home decor pieces made from woven fibres, wood and sustainable textiles to give your home a cozy update.
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