Organic Matters

5 Websites for Design Inspiration

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Scrolling through interiors on instagram never disappoints. Often dubbed “design porn”, here are my current favorite websites/instagram accounts: 1. Dering Hall – delivered to your inbox daily at 6 pm (EST), you’ll find a gorgeous photo essay on some aspect of design “Gorgeous Bathrooms with Wood Ceilings”, and the resources (where to shop) to support… Continue reading 5 Websites for Design Inspiration

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Happy Feet on Organic Wall to Wall Carpeting

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Introduced in the 1960s, and wildly popular in the 1970s – wall to wall carpeting is enjoying a resurgence in popularity mainly because of its warmth and softness. Do you remember the 70s shag? Whole living rooms blanketed with avocado or tangerine shag floors that needed to be raked? Or perhaps like me, you grew… Continue reading Happy Feet – the case for Organic Wall to Wall Carpeting

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The Non Toxic Bedroom

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The Non Toxic Bedroom
Recharge your batteries in a comfortable, chic, cozy and non toxic bedroom! We spend one third of our lives sleeping, and the environment in which we sleep impacts the quality of sleep we enjoy, as well as our general health, according to Mary Cordaro, an expert on healthy homes. Hiring an expert like Cordaro to… Continue reading The Non Toxic Bedroom

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The Non-Toxic Nursery

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The Non-Toxic Nursery

Designing a non-toxic nursery gets easier every day.  Natural, eco-friendly and affordable options for paints, fabrics & bedding, mattresses and furniture (and now flooring!) are readily available. We spend up to 90% of our time indoors, and the average person spends one third of that time in the bedroom.  A baby or child will spend 12+ hours just sleeping in their bedroom. Creating a chemical free sleep environment for your child is a good place to start, according to Mary Cordaro, an expert in healthy homes: Transforming the bedroom into a healthy, environmentally clean and comfortable retreat is one of...

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What does it mean to be certified ORGANIC?

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What does it mean to be certified ORGANIC?
When I launched Organic Weave at a German trade show in 2013, people asked “what is an organic rug. Can I eat it?”. (the answer is yes, but I wouldn’t recommend it). Fast forward to 2018, and no one is asking if they can eat my rugs. Organic certifications exist for almost any product –… Continue reading What does it mean to be certified ORGANIC?

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