Ethical, Sustainable, Toxin-Free Homes
It seems ridiculous to spell it out, but animal products in furnishings are as harmful to animals and the environment as those in foods. Awareness of the extent of human exploitation of animals is a journey. We are so accustomed to the way things are that we don’t necessarily think about the feathers in our decorative pillows or the wool in our upholstery and our rugs. Also, contrary to popular belief, leather is not a by-product of the meat industry.
Animal ingredients can be found in places we don’t expect as well, like in most paints, in many glues and surface finishes, and inside your sofa, armchair, or mattress.
Additionally, animal farming is a primary source of environmental harm. Deforestation to make way for animals and crops to feed them, ozone-depleting methane gases, and contamination of land and water have all taken their toll on the environment. Processing products derived from animals, such as their hides, fur, wool, or feathers, requires the use of decontaminants and preservatives that are toxic to the environment and to the indoor air quality of your home, office, and car.
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I have 6 years of experience in the interior design field, and now have my own business focused on creating residential spaces that are ethical (vegan or vintage) and sustainable.
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- College Degree