When we say that eco-smart, non-toxic cabinets by Neil Kelly are “rustic,” don’t mistake that for “shabby,” or even “shabby chic.” These wondrous wood creations are in a league all their own, paying homage to the elements from which they were sustainably sourced and looking darn good in the process.
Leafy and gracefully retro, this nature-inspired chandelier brings a warm glow to rooms and a heavy dose of style with a unique oxidized tin and gold brush finish.
Named Papa, Mama, and Baby Bear, all three of architect Eugene Stoltzfus’ cylindrical cork tables are “just right” in every way, from the sustainable material they’re crafted from to their safe, low-VOC finish.
Lighting and furniture designer, David Trubridge has long been creating livable designs that are as much art as they are home accessory.
One of our favorite shops in LA (you’ve seen Liz’s stuff in more than one ecofabulous showhouse), we love that she not only starts with an innately-green antique business, but she carries those principles through to all parts of her operations…
ecofabulous’ one-of-a-kind green designer home was unveiled this weekend at the Dwell on Design show in Los Angeles and will be available for auction on eBay.
These design elements show that bringing nature indoors with floral prints and natural accent pieces (those woven poufs!) doesn’t have to be reserved for spring. Naturally, we had to find all the necessary bits and pieces to create the style in true ecofabulous fashion.
For a quick at-home pick-me-up, we recommend infusing a healthy dose of Amy Butler’s colorful organic prints. With a plethora of styles in organic bedding, towels and fabric, there are poppy color options for any color palette.
Inhabitat founder, Jill Fehrenbacher, recently interviewed Zem on her top tips for greening your living.