Sustainable Tips on Decluttering and Organising Your Home

Sustainable Tips on Decluttering and Organising Your Home

Being overwhelmed by stuff and clutter, can be extremely distressing. Many people experience increasing pressure, when they can’t find  the things they need, constantly have to move items to find a spot to sit, or live with clothes all over the floor. Those who have more serious issues with hoarding, can spiral out of control…

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Greetings From The Earth

Earth Greetings sustainable diaries and cards

Earth Greetings design and make greeting cards, stationery and homewares, with the lightest possible footprint on the planet. Some of the ways they achieve this, are by choosing 100% recycled, natural and biodegradable materials, avoiding plastic, carbon offsetting and donating a minimum 10% of profits to environmental organisations. From humble beginnings as an Earth friendly…

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Rescued, Upcycled, Upholstery Art with An.ti.quate

upcycled fabric chair by Antiquate 1

Kerri Hollingsworth from An.ti.quate creates masterpieces with old chairs and fabric remnants. She has recently stepped into the unknown, trialling natural elements within her Upholstery Art. Using barks, vines, native grasses, beautiful gum leaves and dried flowers, she creates exquisite, rescued, upcycled upholstery art pieces, with old chairs. ‘It’s very much an experimental phase, but…

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Reducing Food Waste With The Swag Bag

Food is one of the world’s biggest problems, when it comes to management of waste. Reducing waste in the first place is always the goal – shop to a list, store and use leftovers and try to put your food scraps into the compost or green waste bin. If you compost your food scraps, you…

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Eco Friendly Natural Lime Paint with Bauwerk Colour

Sustainable no tox Lime Paint by Bauwerk Colour

  The world is full of beauty. The colours of our earth are inspiration for designers and artists of all kinds. Just look up at the trees as you walk past them through the bush. See the pinks and yellows, silvers and browns, as they cascade down the trunk and into the branches, where they…

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