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State of Green: design your eco life

At the State of Green blog we explore great design occuring in Australia and the world which has been created with sustainability in mind. From quirky childrens play centres made from discarded shipping containers to great vertical gardening ideas - we share with you what we stumble across and what tickles our fancy. The State of Green blog is an extension of new online store State of Green where we showcase modern products for teh family + home that are not only beautifully designed, but also tread lightly on the environment.

Eco friendly blog Accidental Greenie

A stumbling, humbling journey through the world of green, by the founder of Biome Eco Stores and the team. We have learned so much on our six year journey with Biome eco stores. We know that living green is a bumpy but immensely enriching road. We have taken wrong turns and been misdirected - yet, every day we unearth little gems, celebrate with our passionate producers and enjoy the sights with our conscious-living customers. Learn more about eco friendly living, natural skin care, organic baby and eco kids, mineral makeup, resuable bottles, SIGG bottles and much more.

TrishAlan Designs

A blog for crafters who can't get enough fabric, threads or Kumhimo. Catch up with all the latest people, places and products.

Growing Up Green

Growing Up Green is a one-stop-shopping blog that brings you modern, stylish eco products for kids, along with the price tag and information on where to buy them. The days of boring, dull hemp accessories are over! Green products are innovative, imaginative and covetable! At Growing Up Green you'll quickly discover a wide range of eco cool options for raising families.

heidi and seek and ethical fashion

Heidi and Seek and Ethical Fashion is a blog about the life, fashion and ethical clothing label of Hayley Lau. She designs and sews edgy women's clothing from reclaimed materials. She aims to help others buy ethically and buy less without sacrificing style. Hayley is a young mother who endeavours to live sustainably and to support independent design and creativity.
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