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There's something about the arrival of spring that makes me want to roll up my sleeves and clean all the winter hibernation from my homes. Whether it's something small like cleaning out my junk drawer (I know you have one too!) or organizing my collection of vintage magazines, here are five of my favorite ethically made items I love for organizing.
Who can resist bringing into your home the beautiful blooms that arrive with spring? They smell great and bring color and joy wherever they reside. We've gathered 7 of our favorite ethically made items we love using to showcase spring flowers. Each one is handmade in India from recycled glass on the principles of fair trade and equal opportunity.
Furoshiki is a traditional single piece of Japanese wrapping cloth and dates back more than 1,200 years in the Japanese culture. Originally referred to as “tsutsumu," meaning wrapping, it is seen throughout Japan and implies respect to others on the gift-giving occasion while an unwrapped item is considered impolite. continue reading >