One of the most stylish lines of eco-conscious womens wear is Stewart + Brown. Their first-ever, on-line Winter Sale is currently going on… receive 35% OFF retail prices for CASHMERE WOMENS ACCESSORIES (hats & scarves), while supplies last. Just click stewartbrown.com for selections, (which are limited) & take a peek at their other collections while you’re there. These clothes are easy on the eyes, and easy to mix and match, definitely a personal fave.
From eco-conscious parents and business partners, Will and Laura Wear, comes fun and functional furniture for kids. Pictured is nest seat, two interlocking pieces — stuffed with cushy foam scraps that would have otherwise wound up in a landfill.
Organic cotton, curved plywood, water-borne finishes, and recycled materials are all highly sustainable alternatives that nest uses to produce their products. You’ll find their kid-enviro-friendly wares at select locations, or online. Visit pleasenest.com for details.
Featuring some of the most desirable floral varietals — Tupelo, Black Sage, Raspberry, Sourwood and Orange Blossom — spun purely from the comb and into the bottle for uncompromising taste and quality, Savannah Bee gourmet honeys are 100% natural, kosher and raw.
With eco-conscious packaging, and an attractive body care line as well, it’s no wonder lovers flock to them like bees to honey.
This rich, unique and delicious honey is available at Williams-Sonoma, Dean & DeLuca, Bloomingdale’s, Nieman-Marcus, a host of other stores, or online. Click savannahbee.com for more info.
Consumer Reports rated 12 infant car seats, and recommends only 2. For more, link here.
For the lowest price I could find on their highest-rated model, the Baby Trend Flex-Loc Adjustable Back ($79.99), visit amazon.
It’s also available from a very nice site, TinyRide.com (for $89.99).
For reviews of both the Latch-Loc and the Flex-Loc model, check out car-safety.org
For a formaldehyde-free car seat cover, check out this nifty number from nest.
Hand-crafted quality with a conscience. Whit McLeod makes nicely designed American furnishings from reclaimed materials.
visit Whit McLeod