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The purpose this clean and simple design style served at the time of its onset remains the purpose it serves today: Its sleek design fits perfectly in smaller spaces and it blends in with any other décor. I don't know if there's another time period with such an amount of creative, beautiful, and highly-functional design in home furnishings. In just the last 50 years, mid-century design as reemerged as the new cool thing at least five times, and I expect it will be the cool new thing five more times in the next 50 to come.

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8/21/2017 12:00 AM By Aurelia Ytaka Interior Decorating & Design,
The highly sought after teak tree is native to Myanmar, India, Thailand and Indonesia. It is known for its richly dark gold wood and incredible durability when exposed to the elements. The wood is, by nature, resistant to moisture, rot, decay, warping, and cracking. Because of these properties, teak is widely prized in the marine and boating industry for both its look and its performance in its role as the top choice for deck wood. Outdoors, teak is used for many projects beyond boat decks, such as benches and other outdoor and garden furniture. Additionally, indoors it is used for flooring, window frames, furniture and more. The signature color, decorative grain, and over all strength make it a wood in high demand.Read More
8/17/2017 12:00 AM By Jesse Eco Tips, Health Living and Home,

How many times have you bought something simply because “it was a great price”? And what’s more, when you looked at the item, weren’t you certain it had to be just as good as any other at more than triple the cost? But when you started using that great bargain at a third of the cost of that other brand, it turned out that it was just a great price but really lacked in the area of performance.

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5/17/2017 12:00 AM By Michael Weibel Thoughts,

Spring is the perfect time for a backyard dinner gathering. After all, the sun is warm, the birds are calling overhead, and there are new tulips and daffodils everywhere you look—all of it brought to you by the Earth.

Therefore, it’s only right that you do your part to give back. And you can certainly do a lot when you choose to go green with your outdoor dining. There are plenty of ways to get the environmental stamp of approval on your soiree. Read on to find out some of the best.

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3/1/2017 12:00 AM By Guest: Lauren Pezzullo Eco Tips, Health Living and Home,
We're sure you've heard of it by now, coined in the 1970s by a London boutique owner, the term "capsule wardrobe" was used to describe a new idea for a highly functional and compact collection of clothing. The capsule, according to its original creator, should consist of approximately 12 coordinating and interchangeable items.Read More
2/16/2017 12:00 AM By Jesse Health Living and Home,
There is no meal that compares to one made in the heart of your own home, or especially to one made and served with earth-friendly values on the mind. However, in a busy world, many of us find ourselves short on time to prepare meals for our families, friends, or even just ourselves. Not to mention, short on time to stop and think of the environmental impacts we could be making in our kitchens. The consideration of this impact need not be burdensome, however! With just a single investment into cookware, serveware or dinnerware you can change the way your serve every meal. We have a few tips on how to improve the environmental of your dinners, lunches and more from point A to point B.Read More
2/6/2017 12:00 AM By Jesse Eco Tips, Health Living and Home,

When It Comes to Decorating Your Apartment, Go Green… But Stay Chic

Over the past few years, the apartment-hunting experts at ABODO have noticed two overriding trends: People of all ages are moving back to city centers to rent, and they’re looking to live in environmentally-conscious buildings. Living in the city shortens commutes and lessens carbon emissions. And advances in eco-friendly construction are making a marked difference in energy consumption. According to the U.S. Green Building Council, LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design)-certified buildings—which are built from sustainable materials to save energy and water, and to limit harmful gas emissions—are expected to save up to $1.2 billion in energy costs between 2012 and 2018.

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1/20/2017 12:00 AM By ABODO Interior Decorating & Design, Eco Tips,

Our newest winter collection has just arrived, and with it comes some all-new VivaTerra ventures! We are excited to introduce you to some luxurious new housewares that are staples for a tranquil, eco-friendly home. Here are some of the highlights of our new collection!

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The House Designers have rounded up some of their favorite products of 2016, and we made the list! Our eco-friendly reclaimed wood furniture is sitting at number seven on their list of Top Interior Products of 2016.Read More
12/23/2016 12:00 AM By Jesse In the Press,
It’s Small Business Saturday, our personal favorite day of the biggest shopping weekend of the year! You may be wondering, “Why? You’re not a small business?” And this is true! However, the hundreds of artisans who’s products we carry are the smallest types of business there are. Some are one-man-shows, some are just a few people in a small studio, and some are entire villages across the globe. These “little guys” are the artisans and small business who make up the whole big VivaTerra, and we love to take the opportunity to spotlight their work and say thank you!Read More
11/26/2016 12:00 AM By Jesse Artisan Stories,
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