Home Trends That Do Good

I know, I know, I’ve just written a post about my shopping addictions, and TK Maxx is one place that does not help me! Their home stuff is so so cool though, it’s alright to look, right?!

Well, actually, how about buying really cool stuff for your home AND knowing that it gives back, that it helps disadvantaged families? Look at these bright, colourful woven pieces of tableware that are bang on trend with this season’s Tribal trend. I especially love the turquoise bowl.

HomeSense Uganda Plates and Bowls

This range of unique, hand-crafted homeware from TK Maxx and HomeSense are sourced and made by remote communities in Western Uganda. It’s part of an initiative to help some of the most disadvantaged families increase their incomes so they can afford to send their children to school.

HomeSense Uganda Lifestyle

TK Maxx and HomeSense have been working in Uganda since 2008 enabling more than 10,000 children to go to school. Since the sustainable trade project started in 2011, there has been a 40% increase in children finishing primary school education.

HomeSense Uganda Kitchen

So hey, if I going to spend out of my weekly budget, I’d be happy to buy these bits and bobs, as it’s helping little kiddos in Uganda go to school. Something we do take for granted in this country with our free education. The products are not too expensive either, with platters and vases at £12.99, lidded baskets at £14.99 and rice spoons at £5.99.

HomeSense Uganda Bowls 2017

These unique Uganda homeware pieces are instore now at both TK Maxx and HomeSense. What do you think, are you going to have a look for them?  I may pop into Slough’s TK Maxx tomorrow 😉

Sabrina x

This is a collaborative post


10 responses to “Home Trends That Do Good

  1. I’m so pleased to hear this! It makes a massive difference to me if shops have ethical policies so well done on highlighting their great work X #HomeEtc


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