Give Your Living Room an Eco-Chic Makeover
An easy way to update your home in the New Year is with graphic and colorful pillows. The nature-inspired designs by Inhabit are a great way to fight the winter blues and invite the outdoors in. They will give any couch or bed an instant facelift and might help you to start the New Year on an environmentally friendly note.
The contemporary looking pillows come in bold patterns that easily modernize any room. They are hand printed and handmade in the USA from fabrics made from 100% certified post-consumer waste. All colorful patterns of the Graphic Pillow Collection are printed with VOC-free water-based inks without chemical waste. The fabrics and inserts are 100% certified polyester made from recycled post consumer plastic bottles. Designs include stylized nature designs of seedlings, pussy willows, or corals as well as icons of modern furniture classics.
In contrast, the Studio Pillow Collection looks a bit quieter and more elegant made from OEKO-TEX 100 certified fabric with a 20% organic cotton/80% bamboo rayon blend. OEKO-TEX Standard 100 was introduced in the early 1990s as an independent testing and certification system to ensure consumers that certain fabrics are harmless to human health. The Studio Pillow Collection even contains a knitted pattern that comes with matching throws, which makes it perfect for lounging on a cold winter day. It’s easy to mix and match the cushions with the throws thanks to the tasteful and flexible color palette.
Inhabit’s philosophy is that we should surround ourselves in our homes with products that don’t harm our health. That’s why the home furnishings such as wall flats, bedding, pillows, lighting, drinkware or rugs are designed with the environment in mind. The company is powered by local green energy, generated by windmill farms, and the majority of the collections uses an on-demand business model. This means that products are created after they are ordered which eliminates the need for warehouses and saves energy. Have a happy and healthy New Year.
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