Before trying to get into the deep end of how your decision matters, let’s first try to understand what sustainable furniture actually is. To be very simple, sustainable furniture is built from materials that last longer, age more gracefully,
With a rise in global temperatures and a sharp decline in forest cover, people worldwide have started realizing the need to save wood and protect the environment.
I first met Preeta at her MiradorLife design studio in Indiranagar, Bengaluru, during the GreenItch event. She was explaining the benefits of choosing sustainable home furniture to me
Both sustainable and bold are often misunderstood. Sustainable furniture doesn’t mean traditional and primitive furniture, and bold doesn’t mean going overboard and loud
We Indians love color; you can see it on our clothes, in our gorgeous sares and textiles and in every aspect of our daily life. Yet our homes tend to border on the bland and neutral. Our natural preference for heavy, wooden furniture making rooms look dark, dreary and if I may so old fashioned in decor style.
As I get older, I have noticed that most of Urban India seems to be living in a hurry. We are in so much of a rush to reach the finish line that many forget that it is the process and the time spent in doing something that is important and life changing.
Furniture. Starting from a simple chair to elegant sofas or lounge systems, houses often seem to lose half their charm without suitable furniture filling in pivotal design spaces
Earlier we published a blog to teach you how to be a more ethical shopper when buying furniture and now we bring you furniture options to decorate your living room sustainably.
When buying handmade jewellery, you may not realize it, but there are additional benefits that you get. The personal attention the artisan puts into making the masterpiece is just one thing
Just a handful of us may have heard of Sualkuchi, a quaint village not very far from Guwahati, the largest city of Assam. This picturesque village, however, is heaven for silk fabrics, and is known as the ‘Manchester of East’ as well as the ‘Weaving Mecca of Assam.