Canvas, a home goods collection that offers ethically sourced and ecologically responsible products whenever possible, was introduced by British ex-banker Andrew Corrie two years ago with the tagline “Simple Sustainable Style.” Its 1,800 square-foot shop in Soho carries the brand’s signature tableware, textiles, and furniture in rich blues, soft pastels, and natural tones – all made from either repurposed or sustainable materials, or were produced by artisan groups . Corrie, an Aid to Artisans board member, stays true to the line’s fair-trade commitment by donating 10 percent of Canvas’ profits to nonprofit artisan organizations, keeping up the flow of quality products into the store.