IKEA proved its innovative and vegan design, the Swedish giant was awarded the second edition of the PETA Vegan Homeware Awards 2018. Among other awarded brands were also Anthropologie and Habitat, Zara Home and The White Company.
PETA Vegan Homeware Awards 2018’s prizes awarded in 10 very specific categories, including Best Animal-Companion Home Accessory and Best Vegan Candle. Swedish furniture brand IKEA was given the prize for Best Faux-Sheepskin Rug for the second year in a row, with its “soft and warm” drug rug.
In 2017, PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) launched the Vegan Homeware Awards to celebrate the best cruelty-free designs for the home.
Habitat also repeated its success of last year, winning Best Vegan Bedding for its down-free range of duvets and pillows, while Anthropologie won Best Vegan Sofa for its turquoise Angelina seat, made from an artificial wool that claims to be hard-wearing and fire-resistant, while Zara Home won Best Wool-Free Blanket for a “funky crocheted” textile that is 100 percent acrylic.
Israeli designer Erez Nevi Pana was recognised for the collection of vegan furniture made from plants and other natural materials that he presented during Milan design week. Meanwhile, other winners were Ginger Soy Candle by Vegan Bunny collection of wall climbers for cats, made by London brand Dote recycled plastic.
The skyrocketing interest in the vegan life made the brands to be more eco-friendly, people want to have beauty and healthy things at home, and IKEA and other brands do their best!