Decor That Does More! Shop These 6 Home Buys That Give Back in Honor of International Women's Day
Blush Ceramic Box
Lauren Conrad’s nonprofit brand she founded with BFF Hannah Skvarla is chock-full of candles, blankets, baskets and more. We’re partial to these pretty ceramic boxes that can help organize your countertop or dresser in style. But it doesn’t matter what you pick up — anything you add to your cart will benefit the female artisans behind each design.
Buy it!: Blush Ceramic Box, $26 and up; thelittlemarket.com
Prinkshop International Women's Day Tote
Liberte Pot Candles
Each of these hand-poured candles supports women refugees and artisans throughout the world. Formed from natural cotton, wood wicks and essential oils, the one-of-a-kind scented finds also have a hole in the bottom so that when it burns down, you can use the cup as a planter.
Buy it!: Liberte Pot Candles, $27; prosperitycandle.com
Oh! Fox Sosa Square Pillow
Picking up this fringe-trimmed pillow will do more than brighten up your couch. It will also empower the makers in Oaxaca City, Mexico, to sustain themselves and their families through health care, education and a “real chance to break the cycle of poverty,” according to the production site, Raven and Lily.
Buy it!: Oh! Fox Sosa Square Pillow, $92; ravenandlily.com
'All That and Dim Sum' Card
This handmade card was crafted in the Philippines by female survivors of sex trafficking. Good Paper, the manufacturer behind this and other paper goods, provides employment opportunities to these survivors so they can have a stable, fair-trade wage.
Buy it!: 'All That and Dim Sum' Card, $6; goodpaper.com
Each of these handcrafted bowls made in Rwanda take 2 to 3 days to create. More important than the statement it will make on your coffee table, is the impact it will have for its artisans, which is, stunningly, one year of health insurance for a family member.
Buy it!: Staccato Bowl, $45; localandlejos.com