Green Living: Eco-Friendly Projects for the Crafty Fashionista

DIY seamstress using upcycled fabric for eco-friendly projects

One of the most resource-intense industries in the world is the apparel industry. Plant-based fabrics like cotton usually cause deforestation for land and use up a lot of soil, which is a fast-depleting resource. Wool also takes a lot of land and other precious resources. And processing the fabrics and turning them into clothing takes millions … Read more

3 Reasons Why Moso Bamboo Is The Better Flooring Choice

Arashiyama (嵐山 Storm Mountain) is a famous district outskirts of Kyoto, Japan. Very famous among the locals and tourists for its Path to Bamboo Forest with Moso bamboo.

Who would have ever thought that grass would become the next big flooring trend? It gives a whole new meaning to the phrase “going green.” They don’t call grass “God’s carpet” for nothing! But choosing grass-based, eco-friendly flooring does not mean bringing your lush lawn indoors to the family room. It means choosing bamboo flooring … Read more