52 improvements, 52 weeks: Week 46 – Unique, sustainable, handmade homeware, with a flair!

Tops Day Nurseries have been using eco-friendly multi-purpose cleaning cloths in a bid to further cut down the environmental impact within their settings. Nurseries are now being supplied with these clothes via the SysAid portal, but for this 52-weeks-improvement installation, we can release a 10% discount code from The Stitchery Dorset to use across their website, which is available to all Tops and Aspire staff.

Not only are the products super cute, they are also plastic free so you can feel good about making a more environmentally-responsible decision; every small change you make to be more sustainable in your home, will create a brighter future for the next generation. The high quality of the products means you won’t have to replace them for ages, meaning more money in your pocket – essential for these days leading up to Christmas!

Sarah Guppy, The Stitchery Dorset shop owner, says “My aim has and continues to be to make handmade products with fantastic quality which are also beautiful. My choice of fabrics is very individual, the fabric I use has to be beautiful, suitable for purpose, good quality but in addition to that must also feel wonderful. If I test a fabric and it doesn’t meet my expectations of quality then I won’t use it.”

The Stitchery have recently launched a range of eco-friendly bamboo reusable products, commencing with reusable dual-sided make up remover pads; you can browse the whole range here.

If you wish to take advantage of this discount, please contact your Manager, who will have the code.

Posted in: 52 improvements