It’s not often that I come across a product impresses me as much in person as it does in theory. A few weeks ago as I was reading one of my favorite blogs, Apartment Therapy, I came across an innovative new company called Way Basics. They make a product called zBoard, which essentially is a basic, eco-building block for anything you can imagine. A little vague, I know, but the product is so versatile that its also a bit hard to describe.
Just as I had given up trying to find a truly stylish, modern shower curtain made of organic cotton, West Elm has come to my rescue. Even though PETA shower curtains are a viable alternative to vinyl, I’ve never been a fan of anything that looks like vinyl either, so while it is definitely affordable, its not desirable, at least for me.
Today’s Room: A graphic, contemporary, nature-inspired bedroom for less than $5000.
- Bel Air Canopy Bedroom Collection | $2513.70 | This set includes the BelAir Queen canopy bed with 2 night stands, a 6-drawer dresser and mirror from the Borneo collection | Made from sustainably harvested hardwoods in accordance with ITTO (International Tropical Timber Organization) guidelines for the sustainable management of Natural Tropical Forest.
- Bloom Large Wall Print, Cream and Cocoa, by Amenity, Cream and Cocoa, Rectangle | $300 | Made in the U.S. of 100% pure organic cotton certified by SKAL and printed with eco-friendly, non-toxic, water-based dyes (aff)
I’m one of those people — you know — the ones who can never find their keys. I always think I remember where I left them. Then I’ll find them on top of the refrigerator, on the bathroom counter or laying hidden on my desk behind my laptop. If I don’t find a place for them soon, there’ll come a day when I’ll completely miss an appointment or be terribly late for some event because of my frantic searching.