Wednesday, September 10

Viva La VivaTerra!

I've been receiving this new catalog of late, and have discovered some unique pieces in its pages. VivaTerra is an authentic source for green living, with a collection designed to reflect a kind of earthy beauty (like the Succulent Cube Garden, above). VivaTerra's goods are fashioned from organic, sustainable or reclaimed materials and they take a committed interest in the well-being of our fragile planet. Here's a look at some of my finds from VivaTerra.

Clockwise, from left to right: Reclaimed Oriental Rug Rattan Trunks;
Silk Throw; White Ceramic Pedestal Bowls; and Felted Wool Stones
from South African textile designer Ronel Jordaan.

Gustavian Vintage Bed made in the USA from reclaimed Douglas fir.

Tribal textiles made in Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, and other Central Asian
countries, Suzanis were traditionally used as wall hangings and prayer
mats, and were a treasured addition to a bride's dowry. These
Suzani Benches were recreated from 100% organic cotton,
eco-friendly dyes, and sustainable sheesham wood.


Fun and functional Basket Top Coffee Table.

12 comments:

Alicia B Blogs said...

I love those little concrete planters and the headboard is beautiful. I used those planters in a blog I did earlier this month...maybe I should actually get them.

Mariafer said...

Love the concrete planters!

lisamarie said...

That bed is gorgeous, and I'm a fan of Plover bedding.

phoenix said...

Love the bed and the suzani benches!

Mrs.French said...

I love this catalog! I actually think I need that bed...or at the very least the cube garden.

U said...

Hi!!!
I like your blog very much!!because you have a good Art sense!though i don't have good english, but i will come here everyday!

Barbara Jacksier said...

Really neat stuff. Thanks. I may have to treat myself to a couple of cube.

Christina @ Pardon My Vintage said...

I really like those Suzani Benches! You really find the best stuff. :-)

m e l i g r o s a said...

oh yes! my third love (a close 3rd after bikes and coffee) are plants! wow wonderful <3

San Smith said...

I love that bed frame!!

Lynn Segal said...

I've been jonesing for that bed for months now, and every time I receive the catalog, I flip the bed to see if it's on sale... I haven't been able to pull the trigger on it at $2000... yet.

Eco Friendly said...

Gorgeous products, great blog.

I came across this resource that has beautiful eco-friendly furniture and assessories.

www.terrafurnishings.com