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Why go organic?


Most of us are aware of the benefits of eating organic food, but it is equally important to consider the ecological benefits of using Organic products in your home. Organic farming is friendlier to the environment, encouraging a greater diversity of birds, butterflies & plants.


Te Idyllic Cotswold


Whether a seasoned country- dweller or a steadfast city type, it’s hard to resist the charm of the country kitchen. Cotswold based organic and natural homeware brand Ochre & Ocre know the country kitchen better than most, and have dedicated their range to helping you refine this most sought after look


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Ochre & Ocre’s Madelaine range in soothing Sage Green will work wonderfully in a traditional style or neutral kitchen. Te soft polka dot print offers timeless appeal, but with a distinctly vintage edge. Surround yourself with sage green and serenity is sure to follow such is the tranquil effect of the Country Kitchen


Ochre & Ocre not only offer a delectable range of certified organic and natural homewares, they stay true to their ethos, to develop a luxury homeware range that is as well made, stylish and eco friendly as possible. Te brand works closely with British craftspeople to develop unique products exclusive to Ochre & Ocre whilst supporting local manufacture and traditional skills.


Organic farming severely restricts the use of artificial fertilisers & pesticides, & all GM technology. It is estimated that 20,000 people die each year in developing countries as a result of sprays used on non organic cotton. Te pesticides used also drift into neighbouring communities and contaminate the ground. Te main principle of organic farming is “working with, not against” nature. Ochre & Ocre fabrics are manufactured to Oeko-tex standards, and as a result they are able to offer you the cleanest / greenest materials you can buy.


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