Sunday, November 23, 2008

Organic J.Crew for the home?

A fortuitous click landed me on a new favorite website and blog.

Michelle Adams, is the creative mind behind Rubie Green, a line of organic upholstery fabrics. Back in the day, Michelle was a part of the editorial staff for Domino; her passion for sustainability and design was the recipe for her new company which couldn’t be more inspiring.

Much to my fancy, Rubie Green seems to be like the equivalent of organic J. Crew for the home, check out this uncanny similarity.

(Rubie Green print "Patsy" photo by Patrick Cline)

(J. Crew)


The aesthetic is fresh, pretty and fun. The Megan print has my name written all over it, both literally and figuratively. I could just imagine doing a fabric board with this pineapple print.Megan print beach chair via Porchlight Interiors

Megan print chair via Green Talk

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MABELLE said...

WOW Meg- THANK YOU so much for your incredibly kind post!! I discovered your blog via All the Best, and couldn't be more flattered or appreciative that you chose to feature me :) Will you be at the Decoration + Design show in Sydney this February? I'll be giving a presentation on eco-chic design and would love to meet you! Either way, happy holidays and thanks again :)

Xo MA.

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