Sustainable living is an evolving practice that aims to reduce our use of the Earth’s natural resources. This translates into every aspect of life from personal products to food and beverage and yes, to home design. Incorporating this idea into interior design is at the core of touchGOODS’ work. The brands we carry embody this same practice, without sacrificing style...
As one of the world’s largest producers of rattan furniture, Sika Design has always made sustainability an essential practice. Rattan is the second fastest growing material for furniture, environmentally friendly to work with, and extremely durable. Long lasting materials are a nod to sustainability as it’s something that will not need to be replaced. Using what you already have is an important element to sustainability, and particularly ideal in home design. The Chill Lounge Chair and Stool ties an organic design language with minimalistic features and suggests indulgence and relaxation.
Inspired by simple and honest materials, Gus* Modern furniture couples their passion for mid-century modern design with an emphasis on functionality and originality. The beauty of functional pieces is that they serve multiple purposes. The Belmont Media Stand is an attractive piece that adds interest to a space while also offering ample storage, eliminating the need for additional pieces to serve that purpose. The materials are also compliant with California Air Resources Board, reducing its impact on air pollution.
Kenian products also use rattan and bamboo, creating timeless designs that can mix and match into any space. When redesigning your home, you do not necessarily have to replace every piece. Rather, embrace a zero-waste concept and add what’s needed. For lighting, we love the Large Diamond Basket Weave Pattern Pendant Light over a dining table. This pairs nicely with other mid-century modern furnishings.
Add accents with Rekindle’s high quality goods designed to last. Rekindle is about igniting the meaningful connections between people. Tealight candle holders, the Tailor Coat Hook, and Epoch clock are modern elements that subtly deepen a space’s interest.
Limit your impact on the environment, not style, with sustainable pieces from touchGOODS. Follow @touchgoods on Instagram for design inspiration.
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