[José Simón Elarba]: Textile by creative women

[José Simón Elarba]: A Green Home Décor: 4 Ecofriendly Home Brands you Need to Follow

José Simón Elarba: Lovers of this beautiful planet enjoy ecofriendly home designs. It might seem difficult or too expensive to decorate the spaces of your house with low impact furniture. However, today, minding your environmental impact with inspired affordable designs is easier than you thought. Keep reading and know more about 4 Ecofriendly Home Brands you Need to Follow.

  1. Chairish
José Simón Elarba: Vintage Blue Nemadji Pottery Vase

José Simón Elarba: Vintage Blue Nemadji Pottery Vase

One of the most responsible and positive ways to act like a real ecologist is by buying secondhand stuff. It is naturally good for the environment and a way of recycling. Chairish is a brand that brings old objects into life again by curating an incredibly diverse range of home goods, vintage furniture, décor, and more under one super easy-to-shop website.

  1. Colorhouse Paints

[José Simón Elarba]: Colorhouse

[José Simón Elarba]: Colorhouse

This brand offers a huge variety of colors without the dangerous chemicals and toxins to paint the interiors of your house. Colorhouse produces paints that have no VOCs (volatile organic compounds), no reproductive toxins, no chemical solvents, and no toxic fumes. Isn’t that great?

  1. Creative Women

There’s nothing more special and beautiful to decorate your house than original and unique artisanal handmade products. Creative Women works with women in Ethiopia, Morocco, and Bolivia to create a positive impact in the communities in which they work. By the acquisition of these handmade textiles, you can help support sustainable employment as well as unique products tied to artisanal traditions and time-honored processes.

  1. All Across Africa

[José Simón Elarba]: Designs from All Across Africa

[José Simón Elarba]: Designs from All Across Africa

All Across Africa brings the most gorgeous, attractive baskets and vessels for your spaces. These products are hand-woven in Rwanda using sisal and sweet grass. What you will notice is the beauty and particularity of the material, which is similar to bamboo, and grows abundantly in the entire region.  The positive aspect here is that the material use is less taxing on the environment.

By [José Simón Elarba].

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