Fill your home with Australian made products

Fill your home with Australian made products

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Monday May 24 to Sunday May 30 marks the arrival of the first ever Australian Made Week. An initiative of Australian Made Campaign, Australian Made Week encourages shoppers to actively buy genuine Aussie products, while celebrating and supporting local makers and growers. From toothpaste to towels, artwork to candles, here are just some of the best Australian products for your home that are worth discovering. Resparkle all purpose kit Also designed and made in Melbourne, Resparkle’s range of sustainable, natural home care products are toxin-free, have no-waste refills and come in powder form contained in individual compostable sachets made from plant materials. So you’re not only supporting Australia, but also doing your bit for the environment. Rialto Linen bath towels The Rialto Linen towels are woven in Australia from premium grade, extra-long staple, Egyptian cotton yarn. They’re also created with two-ply, ring spun cotton threads, which gives the towel extreme durability, softness and absorbency. Woolstar wool quilts With the weather getting cooler, Woolstar’s classic wool quilts will keep you warm and snug thanks to the 100 per cent pure Australian wool filling. This quilt is Oeko-Tex certified, which means no chemicals are used in the product. It’s also farm to shelf traceable. Sally West beach series artwork Sally West is a contemporary Australian artist whose most recent body of work from her beach series was inspired by beaches along the New South Wales coastline. Grants Of Australia natural toothpaste Founded in 1984, Grants Of Australia is the country’s original natural oral care company, with all the toothpastes and packaging made in Melbourne. Token Home homewares Designed and created in Newcastle, Token Home creates unique handmade tiled homewares that are versatile enough to suit every room in the house. Hutwoods Established in 2013, Hutwoods use a 100 per cent natural soy wax blend in all of their candles, together with eco-friendly wood wicks. These burn with a gentle crackling sound, reminiscent of a log fire, as well as providing a longer and cleaner burn. Of course this is just a mere taste of the homegrown talent and quality wares that are available in Australia. And if you don’t find time to purchase items created on our shores during Australian Made Week, there’s no reason not to embrace the concept any time of the year. Shop online and in stores, and share via word of mouth or your favourite social media platform what you’ve bought and why your love it.

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KITCHEN CLEANER: Resparkle contains no toxic chemicals and smells like a medley of pure Australian oils. Photo: Supplied.

KITCHEN CLEANER: Resparkle contains no toxic chemicals and smells like a medley of pure Australian oils. Photo: Supplied.

Monday May 24 to Sunday May 30 marks the arrival of the first ever Australian Made Week.

An initiative of Australian Made Campaign, Australian Made Week encourages shoppers to actively buy genuine Aussie products, while celebrating and supporting local makers and growers.

From toothpaste to towels, artwork to candles, here are just some of the best Australian products for your home that are worth discovering.

Resparkle all purpose kit

Also designed and made in Melbourne, Resparkle’s range of sustainable, natural home care products are toxin-free, have no-waste refills and come in powder form contained in individual compostable sachets made from plant materials. So you’re not only supporting Australia, but also doing your bit for the environment.

Rialto Linen bath towels

The Rialto Linen towels are woven in Australia from premium grade, extra-long staple, Egyptian cotton yarn. They’re also created with two-ply, ring spun cotton threads, which gives the towel extreme durability, softness and absorbency.

Woolstar quilt. Photo: Supplied.

Woolstar quilt. Photo: Supplied.

Woolstar wool quilts

With the weather getting cooler, Woolstar’s classic wool quilts will keep you warm and snug thanks to the 100 per cent pure Australian wool filling. This quilt is Oeko-Tex certified, which means no chemicals are used in the product. It’s also farm to shelf traceable.

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Sally West beach series artwork

Sally West is a contemporary Australian artist whose most recent body of work from her beach series was inspired by beaches along the New South Wales coastline.

Grants of Australia toothpaste. Photo: Supplied.

Grants of Australia toothpaste. Photo: Supplied.

Grants Of Australia natural toothpaste

Founded in 1984, Grants Of Australia is the country’s original natural oral care company, with all the toothpastes and packaging made in Melbourne.

Token Home homewares

Designed and created in Newcastle, Token Home creates unique handmade tiled homewares that are versatile enough to suit every room in the house.

Hutwoods

Established in 2013, Hutwoods use a 100 per cent natural soy wax blend in all of their candles, together with eco-friendly wood wicks. These burn with a gentle crackling sound, reminiscent of a log fire, as well as providing a longer and cleaner burn.

Hutwoods range. Photo: Supplied.

Hutwoods range. Photo: Supplied.

Of course this is just a mere taste of the homegrown talent and quality wares that are available in Australia. And if you don’t find time to purchase items created on our shores during Australian Made Week, there’s no reason not to embrace the concept any time of the year.

Shop online and in stores, and share via word of mouth or your favourite social media platform what you’ve bought and why your love it.