Tuesday

The Honest Company


I recently received package from The Honest Company . The Honest Company has created baby, bath & body, and cleaning products with non-toxic, chlorine-free, sustainable and plant-based materials.


Honest products are not only designed to be safe and sustainable, but beautiful, fresh, and fun. Their designs are inspired by our everyday lives.

The Honest Company was started by a mom and a dad who, like many modern parents, were increasingly worried about products made with questionable chemical ingredients. But the alternatives they found were often expensive, inaccessible, bland, or ineffective. In response to this clear need for something better, they created The Honest Company to ensure that parents (or anyone for that matter!) could easily find natural and non-toxic eco-friendly products that are beautiful, effective, and affordable. From customized product bundles to diapers and wipes to an ever-expanding line of cleaning and personal care products, you can find everything you need at Honest.com and have it delivered directly to your front door.


Honest Essentials Bundle

I tried the shampoo and body soap. The smell was a little odd in the beginning, but I warmed up to it.
It left my skin and hair feeling great and I would definitely use it again.

I like the idea of using eco-friendly products in my home. I even use them in my designs and design for clients.
One way you can use eco-friendly designs in your home is to think local. There are numerous artist, artisans, and furniture makers who utilize reclaimed sustainably harvested local woods for their designs, as well as environmentally friendly manufacturing techniques.

My favorite piece in my home is my dining room table. The table was made by John Duffy of Stable Tables.
John uses reclaimed barn wood and other hardwoods to create beautiful, quality custom pieces for his clients. The legs he used on my table were salvaged porch posts from a 100+ year old home. I knew as soon as I saw them, they were meant for me! 



Up-cycling is another way to be green in your designs. I frequently purchase second hand or find a piece on the side of the road. A fresh coat of paint and it's ready for a whole new life!


So, if you're ready to start an eco-friendly lifestyle, click here to give it a try
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of The Honest Company. The opinions and text are all mine.

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Denise Sabia, interior decorator and author of “The Painted Home” blog, takes everyday items found in flea markets, thrift shops or simply along the roadside and turns them into unique pieces that freshen and warm your home … without breaking your budget. Denise began dabbling in design over 20 years ago and studied at Philadelphia University. Her client base continued to grow as did her portfolio of work, branching out to decorating entire homes. Denise lives in the suburbs of Philadelphia, PA. with her husband, 3 kids, a dog, rabbit, 3 chickens, a gecko, and the oldest living hermit crab known to man.

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