PETA names winners of first-ever Vegan Homeware Awards

NORFOLK, Va. — People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is announcing the winners of its first-ever Vegan Homeware Awards, which the organization says recognizes industry trailblazers who are making home décor and furnishings kinder to animals and the planet.

Honorees include:

  • Goop x CB2 was awarded Best Vegan Accent Chair for its high-end upholstered Gwyneth Ivory Boucle Swivel Chair.
  • Kelly Clarkson Home won Best Wool-Free Runner for its Eloise Damask Rug, which is available in five sizes.
  • The Jonathan Adler x Ruggable collection won Best Wool-Free Area Rugs.
  • Saatva earned Best Wool-Free Mattress for its ultra-premium memory foam Loom & Leaf Mattress made with organic cotton and natural thistle pulp.
  • Williams-Sonoma was awarded Best Down-Free Bedding for its Down Alternative Duvet and Pillow Insert made using feather-free Primaloft.
  • Joybird earned Best Down-Free Sofa for its three-piece Bryant Modular Sofa made with hypoallergenic blown fiber.
  • West Elm was awarded Best Down-Free Accent Pillow for offering fluffy vegan down pillow inserts with numerous unique cover designs.
  • Crate & Barrel won Best Vegan Leather Sofa for its Wells Renew Vegan Leather Sofa made using a soft, silicone-based textile derived from sand.
  • Arhaus received the award for Best Vegan Leather Chair for its durable Kirsten Faux Leather Dining Chair.
  • Pottery Barn nabbed Best Vegan Leather Ottoman for its Baldwin Storage Sectional.
  • BR Home won Best Faux-Fur Throw Blanket for its Kodiak Faux Fur Throw made of 100% recycled polyester.
  • Avocado Green Mattress was awarded Best Sheep-Friendly Companion Animal Bed for its Organic Dog Bed made using breathable coconut husks, organic cotton and buckwheat hulls, with an optional pillow bolster.
  • Safavieh earned the award for Best Vegan Home Furnishings Range for its wide variety of animal-free chairs, benches, futons, and other products.

“By using plant-based materials, from lemon peels and coconut husks to organic cotton and thistle pulp, the winners of PETA’s Vegan Homeware Awards are proving that no one needs to exploit animals to create beautiful, durable home goods,” said PETA Executive Vice President Tracy Reiman. “In 2024, it’s easy to make an entire household vegan, and PETA is honoring the innovative designers and brands that are helping kind consumers keep their homes cruelty-free.”

Winners of the Vegan Homeware Awards will receive a personalized framed certificate from PETA.

See also:

  • Industry gives itself s0-so grade on sustainability 
  • Bassett spotlights sustainability as it plants 200,000th tree for Arbor Day

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