Eco things on the radar

Loving this new line of cushions (above) from Enhabiten out of New Hampshire. Named after a street on the Left Bank in Paris. A combination of vintage string embroidery, vintage velvet and vintage woodblock printing on tea-stained hemp with a kapok filling (a sustainable rainforest crop which comes from the seed pod of the kapok tree) are used to make these simple but dramatic pillows for your home. Each pillow is 12" x 12". We also could not go without mentioning her white cross (in embroidery hoop) and blue cross cushion (see below). We are thrilled also that Enhabiten is participating in Green Pop (Eco/Spring marketplace) event this month at PHM!


Jan Halvarson


Macy Dawn said...

Oh, I am so smitten with these! I wish I had embroidery talent like this.

A "cheery" disposition said...

I am really like the pillow fad with all the sayings and writings on them.

Anonymous said...

Another shop to add to my Etsy favorites.

lisa solomon said...

love these

Susan Schwake said...

oh hooray! enhabiten's work is so very pretty -- and she is a sweetie too. nice to see her here.
p.s. go New Hampshire!!!