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Here at MyDomaine, we’re constantly researching the latest and greatest in home décor, furniture, linens, and more—and we have the open browser tabs to prove it. Every week, we’ll poll the teams from MyDomaine and The Spruce to see what’s earned a spot on their wish lists—or even a spot in their home. From reusable bags to collapsible containers, these are the earth-friendly home items our editors are keeping tabs on this week.
Mona Chalabi x Blueland Hand Soap Starter Set
"Act fast because this soap set from Blueland x Mona Chalabi is selling out! Blueland specializes in eliminating single-use plastic on household goods like soaps, dishwashing detergent, and cleaning solutions. As a big fan of the brand (its dish soap is also superb), I was really excited to see this collaboration with artist Mona Chalabi. Each reusable glass pump bottle features an animal, and apparently people were equally as stoked about it considering just the Orangutan and Elephant options are left."—Meg Lappe, senior commerce editor
The Company Store Company Conscious Down Alternative Comforter
"The Company Store launched its Company Conscious Collection this week and it includes four pieces of bedding made of recycled and sustainable materials. I'm particularly eyeing the Down Alternative Comforter, which has temperature regulating capabilities that are perfect for summer."—Jamie Weissman, associate commerce editor
Baggu Standard Baggu
"Baggu's reusable face masks have been my go-to for the past year, and I've been considering grabbing a couple of their cult-favorite bags too. This week, all of the brand's reusable bags are 25 percent off for Earth Day, with 10 cents being donated to the Surfrider Foundation for every bag sold. They're a great alternative to single-use plastic bags, plus just look really fun!"—Nicole Lund, commerce editor
Stojo Collapsible Bowl
"I have a whole bin of reusable food storage containers, which is great in theory, but since they're all different shapes and sizes I have to reorganize and stack them all the time. I love that Stojo's bowl is collapsible—it'll take up way less space when it's not in use, and thanks to its color options, I can easily figure out which lid matches which bowl."—Jamie Weissman, associate commerce editor
Vejibag Reusable Veggie Bags
"My mom gave me a version of these bags a few months ago, and they’ve really made a difference in how long greens and other veggies last in my fridge. Besides being more breathable than plastic bags or containers, when you moisten them with water (as suggested), the Vejibags provide a humid environment that keeps produce crisp and crunchy. I’m planning on purchasing a few once farmers market season is fully in swing. Longer-lasting produce = less food waste!"—Lily Sperry, associate commerce editor
Floyd Home Full Cycle
"This week, Floyd launched a program where they will now be repairing and reselling used Floyd furniture at a discount to extend the lifecycle of their products. Personally, I think it's a wonderful way to grab a piece of Floyd's cool, minimalist furniture at a discount and score a piece of secondhand furniture. Each product has been evaluated by the team at one of the Floyd warehouses, so you know exactly what condition it will be in when it arrives at your home."—Kate Geraghty, commerce editorial director
Earth Rated Dog Poop Bags
"These are great for long walks! They're sturdy and mask awful poop smell."—Jamie Abarca, editorial project coordinator