I love the shape and finish of the Seaglass collection from Riverside Design Group. Soft edges and muted colors evoke the look and feel of glass, shaped by ocean waves.
The dinnerware is made of post-industrial/pre-consumer recycled glass by Pittsburgh based, Riverside Design Group, who is committed to both good design and environmental sustainability.
each setting consists of:
7″ bowl, 7″ triangle, 10″ wave, and 11″ square plates – in a choice of 12 tasteful colors; dishwasher and microwave safe; made in the USA.
$132 @ ethically tasteful and environmentally hip equita.com
Four years young and still a fresh face on the scene, Camilla Norrback’s fashion statements are an unusual mix of: hot, fun, sophisticated and eco friendly.
Taking great care to follow environmentally responsible production methods – from cultivation, to processing and coloring of her fabrics; she employs natural alternatives to toxins and chemicals, ensuring that pigments are not contaminating the groundwater.
“A garment of the highest quality that is justly manufactured as well has an entirely new dimension – the wearer can feel both beautiful and proud. This is the modern luxury, what we at camilla norrback call ecoluxury!”
view her spring/summer 2007 collections
find her fresh, fun designs in boutiques @ camillanorrback.com