New ways to decrease your carbon footprint with tips from these three eco-conscious, awesome humans.
– KEYS SOULCARE
It’s amazing what a new perspective can do for your soul. Viewing your surroundings with new eyes is a surefire way to fill your life with inspiration, leaving you feeling refreshed and rejuvenated. And, since we’ve been spending a lot of time at home, we’re channeling all of those good renewing vibes to our places.
Ready to give your home a glow-up? Meet the three creatives who are inspiring us to slow down, revive, and restore our spaces.
From her personal style to her sense of purpose, no word, idea, or story is wasted on designer (and recently featured lightworker) Amy Yeung. The same goes for her color-drenched online boutique, which features remade and re-born vintage and up-cycled clothing, original Oaxacan textiles, as well as gift-friendly body and baby products. | orendatribe.com
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Lauren Singer has dedicated her career to creating a brighter, greener future. After working as a sustainability manager for NYC’s Department of Environmental Protection, she launched a wildly popular (and cheeky) sustainability blog, Trash is For Tossers. Now, she owns a lifestyle shop that’s packed with eco-friendly finds like recycled crayons, plastic-free cleaning tools, and compostable-packaged toothpaste. (Read: Items that are equally stylish and sustainable.) | packagefreeshop.com
Nicole M. Crowder
The Washington, D.C.-based furniture designer and upholstery pro does things with old chairs and new fabrics that will make your jaw drop — and may inspire you to re-design, not ditch — your fave furniture in the process, too. Her limited-edition meditation pillows are beloved by decor and Zen seekers alike. | @nicolemcrowder
How are you creating a more sustainable space at home? Share with us below!