Unless you truly prefer everything surrounding you to be muted and relaxed, finding eco-neutral products that are also on trend and fit your aesthetic can be Of course I would never judge someone for loving the white on white punctuated by succulents and bamboo look - and I love the sense of calm I feel crawling into my own bed that has just that aesthetic. I also get super happy when I stare at the wallpaper I just got for my kitchen that is valentine-heart-candy-pink and covered in green and yellow monstera leaves...all colored with plant-based dye.
Happy, that is, untl, that is, I remember how long it took me to find this paper and how many rabbit holes it required me to travel down. If only I had known Loni Brown and could have had her help finding products that are a little more fun and just plain have more energy. An eco, non-toxic living advocate, who is getting ready to release her own line of sustainable home goods that are anything but boring, Loni works with young families to show them the world of products that are good for people and good for the planet.
Both a creator and a curator, Loni shows us that true healing really can begin at home.
Our final moderator is Jenny Gottstein. Jenny is an experience designer that specializes in interactive games and parties, and she is the Experience Design Lead in IDEO's play lab.
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