His name is Oscar – you may think it’s weird that I name my furniture but for me, it’s a sentimental thing. This was my grandpa Oscar’s table -so “his” name is “Oscar.” It was a labor of love and some fine-tuning of my carpentry skills as I learned how to refurbish a table. I believe that it is important to reuse and refurbish as many items as we can for sustainability.
Thrifting for home décor is not only a budget-friendly way to spruce up your space, but it can also be an exciting adventure. Discovering unique and one-of-a-kind treasures that add character to your home is the ultimate thrill for any design enthusiast. We’ve got you covered if you’re new to thrifting or simply looking to up your game. This article will share expert tips to help you master the art of thrifting for home décor.
As the leaves change color and a gentle breeze fills the air, the fall season invites us to cozy up and make our homes warm and inviting. This year, why not take it further and embrace sustainability in your decor? Sustainable living is not just a trend but a conscious choice that benefits our homes and the planet. Incorporating eco-friendly decor into your home has a multitude of benefits. Here at E&I we have some ideas to make your home cozy (and earth-friendly) for fall.
Do you watch Ocean Conservation Namibia? If you don’t, I highly recommend it; they are a Non-Profit organization that saves seals from us (yes, that is correct, HUMANS).
My husband got me started watching them, and I have to admit, it is addicting. The videos are a range of incredibly sad situations where seals find their way into fishing lines, fishing nets, and plastic and suffer devastating injuries. However, watching the OCN team with their many seal rescues is confirmation that there are good people who genuinely care about the world around us.