Ethical & Fair Trade Decor

 Kitchen Products

Below is where you can find kitchen products that are fair trade, eco-friendly, sweatshop-free, give back and, well, you get the idea.  Buy any one of these amazing  handcrafted items for your kitchen and change lives around the world.

(NOTES: Prices and availability may change without notice.  If you buy through some of these links, a small amount will come back to help support our mission.)

The Village Country Store painted ceramic dinner plate. Fair trade.
The Village Country Store

Fair trade and fairly made goods. They offer a large selection of global fair trade dinnerware and  tableware and tablecloths, as well as fairly made chair pads & kitchen linens.  

(Use code: ShopWithLeeAnne 

for 10% off your entire order.)

Prices: $6 - $98

Azizi Life Kitchen Products. Fair trade and handcrafted in Rwanda.
Azizi Life

“Partners with rural Rwandans to bring fair trade beauty to your life and theirs.” They offer a gorgeous collection of hand-carved and handwoven fair trade kitchen products.


Prices: $10 - $62

Ten Thousand Villages icy whirlpool pitcher. Glass hand blown in the West Bank.
Ten Thousand Villages

"The original fair trader," started in 1946! They have a huge selection of fair trade kitchen products, (too many to list them all!), including trays & plattersnapkins, rings & placematstableware

tablecloths and coasters, hot mats & trivets. (To find their products in a retail store near you, click here.)

Prices: $5 - $150

Made Trade copper pot. Made in USA.
Made Trade

"Goods sourced ethically, traded fairly, and selected artfully.” They offer a large collection of ethically-made kitchen goods, including cookware, drinkware, table linens, and more.

Prices: $12 - $495

Shop With a Mission Palm Tree Cooking Set. Fair trade and made in Cambodia.
Shop With a Mission

On a mission “to equip and assist people in developing countries to break the cycle of poverty through their handiwork and creativity." They sell a variety of beautiful fair trade kitchen products, including chopsticks, carved wooden salad spoons, spatulas, hotpads and silk placemats.

Prices: $4 - $50

Sari Bari kitchen napkin sets. Made from upcycled saris.
Sari Bari

"Recycled saris are re-imagined and hand-stitched in the kantha style by a woman impacted by human trafficking and the commercial sex trade." They sell colorful napkin sets and table runners.

Prices: $33 - $50

Fair Tribe Twig Salad Servers. Handmade and fair trade.
Fair Tribe

"Buy cool stuff, help real people." They sell a beautiful collection of fair trade kitchen products, including recycled glass canisters, serving spoons, bowls, and more.

Prices: $12 - $73

Naupaka organic hand-dyed napkins.

An ethical Hawaiian boutique. They offer hand-dyed organic cotton napkin sets.

(Get 10% off with the code: LEEANNEMCCOY.)

Prices: $24 - $32

Haiti Design Co. Horn Butter Dish. Ethically made in Haiti.
Haiti Design Co.

Works in Haiti to develop "craftsmen and leaders that are able to use their skills to provide for their families." They offer ethically-made place mats, table runners, butter dishes, linen napkins and more.

Prices: $12 - $52

Give a Damn Goods cutting board. Ethically-made.
Give a Damn Goods

“Focuses on affordable goods that make a difference.” They offer amazing, ethically-made kitchen products, including mugs, pitchers, trays, cookbook holders and chef's boards.

Prices: $15 - $128

Eternal Threads Sage Tablecloth. Fair Trade and handmade.
Eternal Threads

“'Weaving hope and justice' to improve the lives of women and children who are at risk from extreme poverty and trafficking." They offer fair trade tablecloths, table runners, placemats, napkins, baskets and dish towels.


Prices: $6 - $55

MudLOVE custom tumbler. Made in USA.

Handcrafts beautiful pottery in Indiana.  Each purchase provides one week of clean water to someone in need through Water for Good.  Check out their cool Inspirational Mugs, Custom Tumblers and Custom Mugs, made in the USA.

Prices: $24 - $34

Designed for Joy tea towels. Made in the USA.
Designed for Joy

Creates "artisan jobs for North Carolina women living at high risk for sex and labor trafficking and vulnerable to food and housing insecurities." They offer beautiful tea towels, made in the USA.

Prices: $34

Landmine Design Eco-Friendly Reusable Zip Bags.
Landmine Design

Offers products handmade by women in Cambodia who would otherwise be at high risk for human trafficking. They offer sets of eco-friendly, reusuable food safe zip bags in gallon, sandwhich and snack sizes.

Prices: $34

HUGG Mission Market woven utensil holder and placemats.
HUGG Mission Market

Provides a "hand up" instead of a "hand out" to young men transitioning out of orphanages in Haiti. Check out their beautiful handcrafted kitchen products, including utensil holders, cheese boards, place mats, table runners, mug rugs​ and more.

Prices: $10 - $75

Persona Grata Goods coffee shop kitchen towel.  Made in the USA. Handmade by refugee moms.
Persona Grata Goods

"Designed to help moms who care about the world make a difference in the lives of other moms!" They sell beautiful handmade kitchen towels and napkins (I love all my Persona Grata kitchen linens!)

Prices: $10 - $24

Bought Beautifully olive wood dipping bowls, handmade in Jordan.
Bought Beautifully

“Purchase a product--transform a life.” They offer beautifully made kitchen products, including cutting boards, spoon rests, trivets, serving trays and spoons, coasters and more.

Prices: $13 - $91

Sewing God's Seeds rosewood hosting tray. Fair trade.
Sewing God's Seeds

"Empowering and supporting artisans and missionaries." They offer fair trade serving trays, oven mitts, pot holders, table runners, napkins, place mats and more.

Prices: $8 - $45

Crosstrade fair trade ceramic baking dish.

"Built on the belief that giving job opportunities is the best way to provide HOPE for people in need." They sell beautiful wooden placemats and gorgeous fair trade terra cotta ceramic baking dishes.

Prices: $18 - $48

Rethreaded Baraka Cheese Board. Handmade in Kenya.

Their mission is "to renew hope, reignite dreams and release potential for survivors of human trafficking locally and globally through business." They offer various kitchen gifts that change lives, including cheese boards, mugs, honey and snack foods.

Prices: $7 - $42

Made Global handmade wood kitchen measuring spoons.
Made Global

"Into you knowing the makers, because the story matters." They offer beautiful handmade kitchen products, including bread warming baskets, salad spoons, measuring spoons, bamboo straws and coasters.

Prices: $12 - $70

Papillon Grandma mug. Handmade in Haiti.

"Creating jobs for mothers & fathers who don’t want to have to abandon their children to an orphanage." They offer beautiful pottery mugs, handmade in Haiti.

Prices: $16 - $25

Land of a Thousand Hills cold brew coffee makers.
Land of a Thousand Hills

Their mission "is to craft beautiful coffee, create purposeful work, and cultivate flourishing communities." They offer home-brewing coffee gear, including cold brew coffee makers, coffee filters and more.

Prices: $4 - $38

Trades of Hope vintage trivet. Ethically made.
Trades of Hope

Sells products made by women whose "story has changed from pain and struggle to a story of hope!" They offer beautiful vintage trivets, coasters, and decorative bowls

Prices: $24 - $54

World Crafts carved olivewood fish platter. Fair trade.

WorldCrafts "develops sustainable, fair-trade businesses among impoverished people around the world." They offer fair trade kitchen aprons, oven mitts, spoon rests, trivets and more

Prices: $18 - $35

Grain of Rice Project Table runner. Ethically handmade in Kenya.
Grain of Rice Project

“A non-profit ministry, which empowers Kenyan people with the love of Christ by training and selling their handcrafted products.” They offer beautiful handmade coasters, bowls, salad spoons, table runners, hot pads and aprons.

Prices: $12 - $30

Rahab's Rope Bicycle Pizza Cutter
Rahab's Rope

"Rahab's Rope exists to empower women and children in the fight against human trafficking." They sell cool fair trade kitchen products, including bread warmers, trays & trivets, spices, cookies and more.

Prices: $4 - $39

Where to find ethically-made kitchen products.
Still Looking?

For more places to find ethically-made kitchen products making a difference in the world, keep scrolling down to the bottom of the page.

Amani Ya Juu fair rade pot holders. Handmade out of local African materials.
Amani Ya Juu

"A social economic enterprise committed to peace and reconciliation for African women."  They sew gorgeous, high quality, fair trade kitchen items, including apronshot padsplacematsnapkins, 

coasters and more.  (My kitchen is full of Amani products!)


Prices: $10 - $44

Serrv fair trade dish collections.

"A nonprofit, fair trade organization dedicated to lifting disadvantaged artisans, farmers, and their families out of poverty." Their high quality, fair trade kitchen products include tablecloths & linensserving bowls & traysbread warmers, ceramicskitchen tools and more. (I love my Kantha dishcloths!)

Prices: $10 - $120

Education and More blue and white striped handwoven placemats.
Education and More

"Strives to reduce poverty in Guatemala by providing educational opportunities for students of all ages."  They sell gorgeous fair trade kitchen linens, including place mats, napkins, kitchen towels and table runners, with lots of color options.

Prices: $13 - $40

31 Bits black serving bowl. Ethically handmade.
31 Bits

Sells products handmade by women rising out of poverty. They offer an absolutely amazing collection of ethically-made kitchen

 serveware and tableware.

Prices: $22 - $130

2nd Story Goods woven placemat. Handwoven in Haiti.
2nd Story Goods

Works in a small town in Haiti to provide much needed jobs and hope to their community. They sell placemats, aprons (also for kids!), trivets, napkins, napkin rings, coasters, serving baskets and more.

Prices: $7 - $42

Mango + Main Fair Trade Wooden Salt Jar.
Mango + Main

"On a mission to bring products from tropical lands where mangoes main street, USA!" They sell a beautiful collection of fair trade kitchen products including kitchen linens, serveware and more. (I love my olive wood serving spoons from Mango + Main.)​

Prices: $14 - $58

The Sparrow Studio kitchen linens.
The Sparrow Studio

Their "primary goal is to create a fair trade marketplace for handmade home decor and jewelry." You will fall in love with their kitchen towels, table runners and dinner napkins!

Prices: $5 - $48

139Made Beauty for Ashes mug.

"Creative Christian apparel & lifestyle products." 10% of sales go to fight human trafficking. They offer beautiful mugs with meaningful sayings.

Prices: $14.50

Elisha C. horn salad spoons. Ethically handmade in Haiti.
Elisha C.

Works with Haitians "to end poverty through job creation, education and empowerment." She sells various ethically-made kitchen utensils, including cheese knives, salad servers and coffee scoops.

Prices: $8 - $36

Rafiki Foundation Handwoven Striped Dish Towel that Gives Back to Support Widows in Africa.
Rafiki Foundation

"Every purchase goes to support widows in Africa." They offer beautiful handmade dish towels, oven mitts, hot pads, napkin rings and coasters.

Prices: $5 - $16

Imagine Goods summer floral tablecloth.
Imagine Goods

Partners "with vulnerable and marginalized people around the world to make products.” They offer beautiful handmade napkins, tablecloths and aprons.

Prices: $21 - $45

Mayan Hands table runner. Fair trade and handwoven.
Mayan Hands

"A fair trade nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering Mayan women in their quest to bring their families out of extreme poverty." They offer traditionally handwoven fair trade kitchen linens, including table runners, coasters, place mats and napkins.

Prices: $5 - $76

Karama Collection Bahari Napkin Set.
Karama Collection

"Karama alleviates poverty by restoring dignity through creative, purposeful work for artisans, beginning in Africa."They offer high-quality kitchen towels, napkins and trays.​

Prices: $8 - $79

Azizi Life: Handmade and Fair Trade Products from Rwanda.


For more places to find ethically-made, eco-friendly and fair trade kitchen products, check out these links:


High Point Supply Co. 

(Artisan-made kitchen goods which fight poverty and injustice.)


(Eco-friendly kitchen products, made in the USA--I love their colanders.)

Denby Pottery

(Beautiful dinnerware, glassware, serveware, cookware and baking pans, made in England.)

Still Being Molly Blog

(Ethical brand directory for food and kitchen products.)

Busy Mommy Blog

("Ethical Ingredients that are Environmentally and Socially Responsible.")

Fair Trade Winds

(Fair trade kitchen and dining products.)

The Little Market

(Artisan-made products for kitchen and dining room.​)


(Cutting boards and glassware made from recycled materials.)

Urban Smirk

(Ethically-made, sarcastic, fun kitchen towels that give back.)

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