Tony’s Farm in Shanghai is an organic farm that follows the dictates of sustainable produce. After several years of hard work, the farm has become the largest producer of organic vegetables in Shanghai, providing the healthiest and freshest organic vegetables to thousands of Shanghai residents every day.
Aurelie Bidermann has come to the conclusion that nature is the best creative director around, so she decided to follow Nature’s directive, and designed this choker and cuff dominated by organic shapes.
Both the choker and cuff are made from red enamelled 18-karat yellow gold plate in France.
The choker and cuff are available through Nieman Marcus for $3365 and $1700 respectively
If you have ever stained floors or a piece of furniture and looked at the label, you will have seen the long list of horrible chemicals they put into stains to give them their colour and staying power. The Money Pit has a list of household items that you probably already have in your cupboard that can be used instead of the chemical-laden shop bought stains. The colours can be just as vibrant as stains from your hardware, but they are easier on the environment and easier on your allergies.
You can find the complete list of stains, from vinegar and coffee, on The Money Pit website
Made from 100% organic cotton and GOTS certified, the long sleeved, long legged bodysuit for children aged 1 to 3 years is so comfortable they won’t want to take it off. There is a Grampa enclosure in the front at the neck and ring poppers at the crotch for easy nappy changes, ingenious if you ask me. It is manufactured by Mini Rodini and costs €31.10 through their website.
The bodysuit is printed with a world map that echoes a trend that is oh so hot right now, so get one now and get your baby into the trendiest cotton bodysuits out there.
In May 2005, Michael and Nicola Sacher started Mungo & Maud, with the intention of supplying luxury designer dog and cat accessories to the public.
At Domingos Totora, cardboard gets to go full circle from unwanted cardboard waste to a wood finish that would qualify as organic sculptural furniture. [Read more...]
Round clocks are so last year; and that is why this won the 2011 DESIGN AND DESIGN International Award. It’s designed by Vadim Kibardin and has been moved to manufacture and pre-sale preparation on the Kibardin Design website. This digital clock has only figures and each figure has its own self-contained power supply and independant control. It will stick to any surface and has a light sensor that will switch the clock to invert mode…making the figures white at night and black during the day.