As a former Domino editor, Michelle Adams is well-known for her impeccable eye for design. Now, she keeps busy with her two jobs as the founder of Rubie Green and co-founder of Lonny Magazine. We’re obsessed with both her eco-friendly textiles and her recently launched magazine, with its beautiful and interesting editorials. Want to know what she’s loving this month? Let’s find out!
ONE. Butter London nail polish — Call me crazy, but I had never even thought about how many toxic chemicals are in nail polish! That is until Butter London came along Their shades are spot on (like this soft grey!), the packaging is gorgeous and best of all they’re non-toxic and good for you and the environment.
TWO. Organic cotton — Help support the organic cotton industry by making the switch from conventional to organic whenever possible. Whether you’re buying t-shirts, jeans, bedding or upholstery fabrics, do some research to find chic organic alternatives that are better for you and better for the earth.
THREE. Bell Jar terrariums — Place in a garden, atop a stack of books or near a window sill- it’s an easy and stylish way to bring the outdoors in. >Origin Crafts has a fantastic selection of shapes and sizes.
FOUR. Gary Fisher Simple City Cruiser — Definitely my latest obsession! With a bike this chic who needs a car?
FIVE. Mrs. Meyers Geranium Detergent — Lately, I can’t get enough of Mrs. Meyers Geranium scented cleaning products! I just washed a load of bedding with the detergent and scented dryer sheets, and it smells so good I want to stay in bed all day. And best of all, it’s completely earth friendly.