Stories inspire and connect human beings. On my journey over the last 7 years, hunting for sustainable, eco-friendly and healthy furnishings for the home, both here and overseas, I’ve met many passionate people who are behind the scenes making them. “Meet the Good Maker” is the first in a series to tell their story andContinue reading “Meet the Good Maker”
The war on plastic is far from over. Just as you can opt out more easily on plastic shopping bags and straws, you can avoid single use plastic and choose more planet-friendly items when furnishing a home. Designers are increasingly responding by creating more natural, eco-friendly, sustainable furniture and homewares. On the hunt in LondonContinue reading “5 hottest green interior design finds in London”
We all know fast food is not good for us. But what about fast furniture? Fast furniture not only suffers the same sustainable issue as fast fashion, by clogging up landfill, it can unknowingly impact human health. Formaldehyde can be found in furniture made with MDF, particleboard, plywood and applied with paints, lacquers and coatings.Continue reading “7 things to avoid when buying furniture for your health and the planet’s”
“True luxury or true beauty is not about Loius Vuitton, its about clean water, energy and air” says Daan Roosegarde, artist and desginer of acclaimed social design lab Studio Roosegarde. And that’s what you get in a Muse luxury Wellness Residence with light filled, jaw dropping expansive ocean views, beachside in Florida.
Even after going through a two year decluttering regime, standing at the back of the removalist truck, I was staggered at the sight of 60 large moving boxes of loose items along with numerous pieces of furniture and large and small portable appliances. For a single person; it seemed like an awful lot. In starkContinue reading “Less is more, when it comes to de-stressing homes. 3 ways how.”