Cult: Let’s change the way we design – The Eco Edit: Sustainable Furniture with Statement Style


Cult announces its latest initiative: a bold and vibrant sustainability campaign that redefines style and eco-conscious living.

In a world where environmental consciousness is more important than ever, consumers seek more than just aesthetically pleasing furniture—they desire pieces that align with their values and contribute positively to the planet. The Eco Edit represents Cult’s commitment to sustainability by introducing a range of furniture that combines design with eco-friendly materials.

The cornerstone of The Eco Edit is Cult’s innovative approach to material sourcing and production. Through meticulous processes, we transform tonnes of plastic waste into recycled PET yarns, which are the foundation for our exquisite fabrics. From plush velvets to textured boucles and wovens, each material not only exudes elegance but also contributes to a cleaner environment.

The Eco Edit showcases Cult’s dedication to sustainable practices, featuring solid woods such as mango wood, beech, and ash—renewable resources that ensure minimal ecological impact. Our selection includes highly durable, natural rattan, cane, and biodegradable cord, providing our customers with diverse eco-friendly options for their homes.

Join us as we embark on this exciting adventure towards eco-consciousness, one fabulous piece of furniture at a time. Let’s make sustainability stylish with a lovingly curated collection of furniture that is kinder to the environment.


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Cleo Dining Chair, Olive Green Sustainable Velvet & Walnut £139
Caleb Dining Chair, Natural Weave & Black £179
Francia Floor Lamp, Rattan & Black £189
Presley Dining Chair, Speckled Stone Sustainable Boucle £189
Soho Pouffe, Olive Green Sustainable Velvet £99
Bellamy Dining Chair, Royal Blue Sustainable Velvet £199
Miller 3 Seater Sofa, Taupe Sustainable Velvet £1099

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