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.