Organic Fabric Resource

One of the challenges in moving toward greener selections for your life is discovering what might be available, finding out where and how to acquire products you want. To assist in that process, I’ll be a resource for researching those eco-friendly options by posting some interesting choices to consider.

Pure Inspired Home provides an on-line shop for organic fabric, pillows, pet beds, drapery, rugs and furniture.  The modern fabrics are all organic and made in the USA.  The clean graphic designs are refreshing and reminiscent of contemporary Scandinavian designs.

Nest Pure pillow“Our organic cotton canvas is grown, woven, and printed in the USA!  All our printed organic canvas is printed with low impact reactive dyes.  Reactive dye produces deep rich color – it can be use for any indoor application, such as furniture, pillows, draperies, and bedding. The color is applied to the fabric then steamed and washed – the dyes react and bind to the fibers of the fabric. The colors will stay true and only fade slightly over time with washing and sun exposure.” ~ PURE Inspired Home

The artist and founder, Samatha Cobos, also has the outlet Nest PURE site for organic  items under $50.00.

Nest Pure totePURE ships in the USA and also internationally through Bongo International.

nest pure scarfYou will find handcrafted items like the crocheted scarf above and the wood print below.

nest pure printWhen you are looking for natural options for home decor, consider organic resources.  Check this Eco Elements blog for future posts and my new Resource page for a continually growing list of options to consider.

Are there areas of healthier natural living that you would like to see on the resource list?  Please let me know using the contact page and I’ll do the research.

Note:  All of the photos on this post are courtesy of Samantha Cobos.

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2 thoughts on “Organic Fabric Resource

  1. Hi, I have wanted to write to you for some time, I think you got a great blog and this post really falls in my tray. I have tried to research eco-friendly packaging for convoys and was wondering if you could join me in the conquest of finding out what options one have when sending goods without causing to much damage to our planet? As now there is a LOT of waste created through just packaging products with little thought on the environmental impact. Keep up you good work and best regards Maria

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    1. Maria, Thank you for the compliment and the great input. I agree with you on the packaging dilemma, and will definitely keep this in mind on my list of topic to research. I look forward to keeping in contact with you on our eco-quest. Vicki

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