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On Trend: Copper Designs in the Kitchen

It’s no secret that metallics are a big part of the housewares & home décor categories. A shimmering accent can effortlessly add an eye-catching pop to any space, or a large gilded furnishing can make a major impact. We see gleaming side tables, flatware, light fixtures, and even metallic fibers woven into home textiles. But, where is our current favorite location to add this twinkling trend? The kitchen.

Our metal of choice for the kitchen is copper. This is because it’s the most practical; it’s a durable conductor of heat and makes sense due to the utilitarian nature of kitchen design. But also because it’s the perfect kind of shine between silver and gold.

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3/15/2016 3:54 PM By Jesse Interior Decorating & Design
Check out the March 2016 issue of HGTV Magazine for a few ways to "be a little more daring with your decorating". We are particularly fond of #4, a great styling tip for our bright fuchsia recycled glass vase.Read More
3/4/2016 12:00 AM By Jesse Interior Decorating & Design In the Press
We are really loving a recent tour and photo session of a Tennessee family’s fashionable home done by HGTV Magazine. It's brimming with understated cool, unique details and some eco-friendly accents. We are into the look and even spotted a few familiar designs! Check out some of our favorite rooms.Read More

The world outside our homes is full of irritants—seasonal allergens, standstill traffic, that one overly-talkative neighbor. And although our homes feel like refuge from external troubles, fumes from paint and other building materials, as well as from synthetic carpeting, fireplaces, mold, and any number of other toxins are regularly filling our living rooms—and the air we breathe. The Daily Mail reports that more than 900 different chemicals could be present indoors at any time, including the dangerous substances formaldehyde, trichlorethylene, and benzene. At their most innocuous, these agents are linked to itchy eyes and coughing, but in their more nefarious forms, they can cause cancer, heart disease, and other serious ailments.

That may be enough to put you into a cold sweat for sure, but luckily there is one thing you can do to purify the air in your home and keep your stress levels from sailing off the charts. Houseplants don’t just add a pretty note of color to your kitchen window, they also work hard to restore sanity and purity to your space. An often-quoted study from NASA showed that, in addition to adding precious oxygen back to the air, many plants do double duty, filtering out toxic chemicals to keep enclosed spaces healthier and cleaner. Of course, some species do more heavy lifting than others. If you’re looking to make your home a low-chemical paradise, these are your best bets for detoxifying.

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2/12/2016 12:00 AM By Bryn Huntpalmer Interior Decorating & Design Eco Tips Health Living and Home
New Sustainable Spring Style has arrived!

Eco-friendly material, artisan-made décor, and organic apparel—our new spring catalog and web collections have it all! All of your favorite things about VivaTerra with a bright & refreshing twist for the upcoming season. Naturally, we have a few favorites of our own, and we’d love to share!

Walk on the "wild side" with Lucky the Elephant, our newest favorite artisan-made design! Available in two sizes—accent table or tabletop sculpture—you’re guaranteed to find a space for this lovable, hand-carved accent in your home.

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2/5/2016 12:00 AM By Jesse Interior Decorating & Design Thoughts
Find great suggestions for home décor related gifts, including our Acacia Wood Serving Collection, on the DailyMom.comRead More
12/18/2015 12:00 AM By Jesse Interior Decorating & Design In the Press
A rug—a floor protector, a step softener, and something so much more. While in our everyday lives rugs can serve important and practical purposes, in the big picture of our home’s décor they quite literally lay the foundation for the look and feel inside our homes. Bigger than your bed, your couch, or your dining table, your rug is the piece in your room that truly establishes the mood. Additionally, a rug is one of the most important items in your home that you live with. Whether it meets your toes every morning or it’s where you lay during movie night, your rug is something you’ll interact with many times every day. Between its practical application, significance to your décor, and every day roles in your home, we believe it is imperative your rug is well designed and well crafted.Read More

VivaTerra’s signature style—you know it when you see it, but exactly what makes a space feel “very VivaTerra”? A room peppered with some of our signature pieces certainly helps, recycled glass balloon vases, reclaimed wood beds, and teak root bowls, just to name a few. Items that possess a certain beauty in their simplicity, inspired by and reflecting nature, that are produced with the good of the earth in mind. And these are the qualities that also fill a VivaTerra space.

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8/14/2015 12:00 AM By Jesse Interior Decorating & Design Thoughts
By now, you’ve probably noticed the rapidly popularizing kantha textile popping up all around the web. From the latest bedroom accent of your favorite interior design blogger to your Pinterest feed, kantha throws, pillows and upholstered items are showing up everywhere. So what’s the big deal?Read More
8/6/2015 12:00 AM By Jesse Interior Decorating & Design
Paper, plastic, aluminum and glass—this is the list of recyclable materials that most of us think of when we hear "recycling". But, when you’re thinking green, it’s important to think outside the box (and the recycling bin). Did you know that leather was recyclable too?Read More
7/23/2015 11:49 AM By Jesse Interior Decorating & Design Eco Tips
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