From kitchen hero products to toothbrushes, we’ve rounded up our pick of stylish plastic alternatives. Here’s to being chic and sustainable. 

Black and Blum

This simple stainless steel lunchbox promises to be the first truly leak-proof one; it allows you to transport your lunch, cook dishes in the oven, and even store pre-cooked meals in a freezer.



Genius brand S’Well combines style with sustainability and performance with its stylish range of stainless steel water bottles that keep water cold, don’t leak and look good. Plus, there’s even a Liberty print range. What’s not to like?


plastic alternatives

These stylish and handy blown glass coffee cups are a delight to drink from. They won’t absorb any flavour, the silicone sleeve feels comfortable and the glass is strong enough to survive the bottom of your bag. Never touch a single-use cup again.

From £19;

Iris Handverk

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In the late 1900s century a small brush manufacturing started out in Stockholm, making every brush made by hand by visually impaired craftsmen. Using sustainable materials, these wooden brushes are far better than any plastic.

Pearly White Club

Are you throwing away plastic toothbrushes on a regular basis? Subscribe to the Pearly White Club and they’ll send you a new eco one every six weeks, made from biodegradable and ethically-sourced bamboo. What’s not to like?