Friday, September 5, 2008


Another one I have been meaning to talk about is Feel More Human. I really like this site. It's not making itself out to be 'greener than thou' but does say that it hopes to make a little bit of a difference. I also love the fact that the products are so stylish and modern or 'meaningful modern' as they like to call it. They also have a modern flea market where you can post furniture for sale. Only problem is this site is US based and I live in Ireland. Here are some great products from the eco friendly section, branches rug, ailanthus, knu lateral file, rekindle coffee table, zebra critter, lions, tigers & kittens..oh my


I have been meaning to blog about Nicola Elizabeth Jones now for a while. She runs her own holistic interiors and feng shui business in Dublin. Her blog is a great resource for anyone wanting a more sustainable home. Nicola also has a fab greener home blog on This lady is a one woman blog machine. Go check them out!

Monday, July 28, 2008


There has been a severe lack of posts now since May. I have been mad busy and also took a wee holiday for a friends wedding in Greece. I am currently working on a whole new site so things may be a bit random for a while. Apologies x

Monday, May 5, 2008


M&S are one of the high street retailers leading the way in their effort to become green. You can read all about their Plan A on their website here. Below are a few of my top picks from their organic and fair trade ranges. My favourites are the Erin and Twiggy organic cotton eco shoppers (Erin and Twiggy’s faces look great as graphic prints) and the Fern sofa and chair. Finally a high street retailer has come up trumps and produced an environmentally friendly sofa and chair. They also stock products such as the Bamboo duvet, organic cotton towels and some great organic cookbooks. Check out their Greener Living Shop here.

Friday, April 18, 2008


I love Pedlars website especially the vintage section so I have done a round up of my current interior favourites. As a former graphic designer I still hold a torch for anything with type so these original London Underground signs and printers blocks make my heart skip a tiny beat. The vintage Station Clock is an eternal classic and the retired Hovis tin planters are ingenious and sentimental all at the same time. Speaking of ingenious, check out the recycled bike chain bottle opener and the set of lids to fit used jars. Recycling heaven.

Thursday, April 10, 2008


Rosie from re-dress has emailed to pass on the details of the Fashion Evolution Party. Looks like an excellent night....see you there!

FASHION EVOLUTION PARTY in association with M&S
"Ethical Fashion-You Are What You Wear"
Thurs April 24th
Doors 8pm sharp
The Button Factory, Temple Bar
Tickets €12 from
International Fashion Designer & 2007's No. 1 Ethical Hero Katherine Hamnet
Mike Barry Head of Corporate Social Responsibility for M&S


Sunday, March 2, 2008


…Misterrob's latest Bird Lady II print.

I have a slight obsession with Rob Ryan's work and am such a frequent browser of his Etsy store that it could be construed as stalking. Ryan works his magic with paper and words to create amazing pieces of art. His latest Bird Lady II is one of the most exquisite pieces of illustration I have ever seen. The man also gets top marks for being environmentally friendly by printing this most recent piece with water based inks on wood free paper. Check out his work on his website and blog.