Native Interiors is a boutique online retailer & wholesaler specializing in sustainably and ethically produced luxe artisanal homeware, décor and accessories.
Going away for a romantic mini break can be just what you and your partner need. Here are ethical and unique romantic destinations that are a breath of fresh air – for you and the planet.
They call them “intimates” for a reason. Lingerie gets up close and personal with your skin, which is troubling if you consider all the toxins that are found in conventional items. Polyurethane foam in bras can release volatile organic compounds (VOCs), irritating the skin. There are also dyes commonly used in lingerie which are filled with toxins and carcinogens. Now that Valentine’s Day is coming up, you might want to spoil yourself with some beautiful lingerie, but make sure you choose these sustainable and stylish brands. Here are five worth checking out.
There are lots of commercial and clichéd gifts you could buy your partner, but how many boxes of chocolate and wine can he consume? This year, do something different for Valentine’s Day. Give him something he’ll really like that can also spread some love in the world. Here are some ideas.
Whether you are looking for oils to help you sleep, for natural immune system support, for energy, for focus, for relaxation, for your kids, for natural alternatives to cleaning products, the list is endless, there is an oil for that!
It sounds like something you’d find on a sushi menu, but wabi-sabi is a decorating term that’s really a Japanese art.
The Pantone Colour Of The Year for 2018 has been announced and it’s Ultra Violet! This bright and mysterious colour is a fantastic way to update your interiors and give your home more personality. But it’s much more than a colour. As mentioned on the Pantone website, “Ultra Violet symbolizes experimentation and non-conformity, spurring individuals to imagine their unique mark on the world, and push boundaries through creative outlets.” Here are five other popular colours that will be making their mark in 2018.