Author: Janice W.

Sustainable Style :: Sustainable Interior Design / Articles posted by Janice W.
masaya lounge chair, made trade, sustainable design, sustainability

Give Your Living Room A Pop With The Masaya Lounge Chair

Many people are a little afraid of colors and patterns. If that's you, here is a simple solution to add a little color. Select a patterned chair that has colors that will complement your overall color scheme. The Masaya Lounge Chair (shown in the Yemaya pattern) is an excellent sustainable option. It is made from sustainably harvested hardwood and finished a low-VOC (volatile organic compounds don't off-gas as much as traditional paints) natural oil. Additionally,...

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simone crossbody shopper, nisolo, sustainable fashion, ethical fashion

The Sleek Crossbody: Simone Crossbody Shopper

For me, a crossbody bag serves two purposes: (1) provides some security in crowds when the strap crosses your upper body, and (2) can be easily carried without the strap.The Simone Crossbody Shopper fits this criteria perfectly. I love the elegant, sleek style and the gorgeous natural color.  Made from natural vachetta leather which is a vegetable tanned leather with a natural or unfinished surface that develops a patina over time. It has plenty of...

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pima cotton towels, sustainable

A Touch of Japan: Imabari Waffle Towel Set

I'm a bit of a towel freak. Not only do I crave softness, I also want my towels to be chic and beautiful, form and function. So I'm smitten with the Imbari Waffle Towel set. Made with 100% Pima cotton, this set is inspired by the Japanese onsen, the Japanese name for a hot spring. I love the waffle design, as well as the fact that it's a set of six. For the price, it's...

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