The Hemp & Sustainable Design Blog
Accessorizing with throw pillows is one of the easiest ways to inject style into your living room, family room, or bedroom. And since there are so many affordable, beautiful pillows available, it's a shame to play it safe with just two or three solid-colored pillows—or worse, to limit yourself to the set that came with your couch.
Three Tips for Bold Color Decorating
Bold colors call to some people like a siren song while others fear those slashes of color. No need to shy away. Decorators agree on many small ways to use bold colors in decorating any space.
Tips for choosing and layering PIllows for Boho Styling
One of the easiest ways to dress up any bed is by adding a layer or two of cozy throw pillows. It makes a bed seductively inviting (for a midday nap, that is) and offers an inexpensive way to create an instant vibe when you need a fresh start. We tend to lean toward a boho-chic style, but also realize this makes pillow choices a bit overwhelming — the variety is endless! So here are a few tips for choosing and layering pillows for bohemian style bedrooms, without turning it full-blown Bedouin palace.
Everything You Need to Know About Throw Pillows
I’ll admit, I’m a bit of a pillow hoarder myself so I’m in the camp of “You can never have too many throw pillows.” But, even if you’re a minimalist and you’re more of a “Less is more” type when it comes to throw pillows, chances are you’ll like at least 1 throw pillow on your sofa.
5 GOOD REASONS TO CHOOSE HEMP FABRICS
Hemp fabrics are often applauded for being the most sustainable fabric option on the planet, but what are the practical benefits of using hemp fabric for clothing, interior design, upholstery, or any other textile uses? Today we are looking at 5 good reasons to choose hemp fabrics for your next project.
Is hemp fabric sustainable?
Hemp fabric is the most sustainable of all fabrics on the planet! Hemp is the greatest carbon sink in the plant world, meaning that it absorbs more CO2 than any other crop or forest. It even continues absorbing CO2 when it is harvested and processed. This sets hemp off to a great start in terms of its carbon footprint.