Tuesday, June 29, 2010

eco fabulous!

We love~love~love cool eco gifts or perhaps something for little ol' you! If you haven't yet checked out Vivaterra, do so- you'll fall in love.

Check out these fantastic finds from Vivaterra!

Cambodian market feed bag :$17

This will quickly become the only tote you'll tote to the supermarket or farmers' market. It once held a mighty heavy load of grain, so it easily stands up to tomatoes, celery bunches, and anything else that catches your eye. Moreover- and this matters-it looks great, feels totally authentic, and won't resemble any other. 18"W x 12"H x 6"D, 11" STRAPS

Stone hooks: $49

Elements of nature unite to create this clean-lined multi-purpose hook perfect for towels, robes, or clothing. Carefully selected from rivers and beaches of New England and gently rounded through years of tumbling, each stone is unique. And we particularly love that for every smooth stone collected, a rough stone is "planted" for the water to tumble into smoothness.
5"H x 2.5"W

Flip top tote: $98

This lightweight, sturdy bag is sure to quench your thirst for recycled chic. An inventive tote designer collects flip-top tabs from soda can factories and creates a woven metallic fabric in a roomy, flexible bag with wide straps. Constructed entirely from these aluminum flip-tops woven together invisibly with thin, strong cord, her cool tote, all sass and functional fizz, stopped passersby when we recently took it out for a stroll.
15"L x 15"W

Butaca Chair :$1295

Relax in this updated, upholstered version of the Mexican butaca, a hand-built chair inspired by the classic Spanish Barcelona® chair. It’s built entirely from FSC-certified machiche, a tropical Guatemalan hardwood, with well-padded cushions upholstered in either reclaimed jute coffee sacks or organic color-grown cotton fabric in natural. Note: Chair is upholstered in vintage coffee sacks and the print and the color of the print will vary. 30"W x 34"L x 33"H.


Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Premiere Show 2010

YAY! We just finished our two day exhibit at the Premiere Show in Orlando. It was a success! We talked to so many people, made orders and sold products until our hands were sore and our feet hurt! lol

In the top photo we are missing one of our yummy girls, Jenny, who is getting married this coming weekend and needed a day off to prepare.

A BIG thanks to all the girls for working so very hard this weekend to help make the show a success! XOXO