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You can have a vegan closet, vegan pantry, and a vegan beauty routine – why not start working on a vegan home?
If you are considering swapping non-vegan household elements or products for vegan ones, don’t forget to dispose of those products safely and ethically. If you don’t want to use your non-vegan products until they’re gone, consider donating them to homeless shelters or other charity organizations that could use them instead.
Many larger retailers – like Amazon, Target, Wayfair, and IKEA – are starting to carry more and more vegan-friendly or eco-friendly products. Here’s a list PETA created of places to get vegan sofas. And here is a list from Elle about where to find eco-friendly home décor.
Other alternatives for eco-friendly furniture and décor is to shop vintage and stainless steel products (many of which are made with recycled scrap metal). Vintage pieces also often have the added benefit of not being treated with harmful preservative chemicals, unlike many modern furniture pieces.
If you are looking for handmade or hoping to support a local artisan, you can shop on Etsy or do your own research into cruelty-free options as well.
When buying trim, wood furniture, or other wood-based décor items, you can check for FSC-certified (Forest Stewardship Council) wood products, or check out the company’s commitment to sustainability.
You can also search for bamboo-based wood products because bamboo is fast-growing and doesn’t contribute to deforestation efforts the way products made with other wood types do.
Many paint products are made using animal derivatives or are tested on animals, so be careful when you see “eco-friendly” on the paint can. Like with most vegan lifestyle choices, it’s up to you to decide what is and isn’t ok to use for yourself. Here’s a great resource for everything you need to know about vegan paint in the USA.
What you struggle with in your paint search should come much more easily when looking for vegan and cruelty-free housecleaning products. Mrs. Meyer’s, Method, ECOS, and Citra are all brands that carry vegan-friendly products.