I'm glad I kept catching up on my feed to get to this article. The fashion world is starting to notice and meet the demand for fairly-sourced, yet globalized fabrics and manufacturing (http://fashioningchange.com/ is a great resource for such clothing). I really hope there will be a rise in the same type of entities for home decor and other textile basics. If anyone knows of such a site, please do share! As I find a need for an item, I try to vote with my dollar as often as possible. Sure, I might pay more here and there, but these things last much longer and serve as a constant reminder of my informed purchasing decision, thus inspiring me to keep at it.
Budget Basics: 5 Comforters Under $100
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The screen on the top is my favorite feature about our Simple Brew (similar to the last one, but not as tall) and it was only $24. We use it every day. http://www.rishi-tea.com/product/simple-brew-loose-leaf-teapot/teapots
Take 5: Perfect Loose Leaf Tea Brewers
|2/27/13 10:49 PM|
What about washi tape? Has anyone tried using it floor-to-ceiling? I'm a renter and have been considering giving washi tape a try. This could be a great use for it!
Renter's Solutions: Faux Striped Walls Effortless Style
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@smilestone & lili09: i think the corkboard idea is great! i've seen that elsewhere and i think it's worth trying, especially if you have a lot of long necklaces. i've also seen people use cute knobs in the base of an empty picture frame covered in pretty cloth or, for those not renting, hang them right on the wall. i will have to borrow the martini glass idea for earrings. thanks!
20 Ways to Organize Your Bedroom Closet | Apartment Therapy Chicago
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