Jun
25
Grovemade, a group of artisans and craftsman from Portland, Oregon creating sustainably stylish products for the working man and woman. Read More
Jun
18
Each issue of Pure Green features a roundup of eco friendly, non-toxic and organic finds for your home and wardrobe. We do our best to share how stylish and diverse the choices are, and we've been relying on Fashion Conscience to do help us do that, featuring one or two finds from their collection each issue. We were delighted when they offered PGM readers an exclusive 20% off discount on any of their full price merchandise. Read More
Mar
7
Every so often you fall upon a link, and it's love at first sight. That's how I felt after coming across Light + Ladder by Farrah Sit. Beautiful, geometrically inspired planters and a variety of housewares, I love each one. The photos for this stunning body of work were taken by Nicole Franzen, another reason I was won over instantly (Nicole has contributed to several issues of PGM, including Volumes 2 and 4). I will let the photos do the talking (especially since I am madly working away on Volume 8 at the moment). Enjoy and thank you for reading! Read More
Jan
23
In our current issue, Modern Homestead, we included a find from Colorado makers Winter Session as part of our women's style layout. I was delighted to receive an email from them with their new 2014 lookbook. The photograhps themselves are really beautiful, not to mention the stunning new designs. It's a delight to showcase more of their work. Read More
Aug
8
I'm excited to share today that we've collaborated with a group we very much admire, Madesmith, an online marketplace connecting small batch producers and artisans with you via rich stories, beautiful photographs and gorgeous wares made exclusively for Madesmith and celebrating an ethos of sustainability. Reading Madesmith's mission is much like reading out own as our values and aesthetic are perfectly aligned. With the release of our last issue, Inspired Workplace, the timing couldn't be better to kick-off working hand-in-hand with Madesmith. We've got a trick or two up our sleeve, but for now, you can browse Pure Green's hand selected picks via the Madesmith site. We also wanted to share one of Madesmith's featured makers with you, Chelsea Miller. Read More
Feb
25
A visual treat today, from a workshop we love very much in Poland, I Love Nature (yes, indeed we do too). Their organic, rustic style is pure perfection, made only better by this duo's ease and skill with a camera and impeccable styling. The beauty of the wood and the quality of the craftsmanship is what we notice and covet, any of these pieces would make a very welcome addition to PGM's Organic Kitchen! Perhaps one day, and until then, Happy Monday everyone! Read More
Feb
7
I am excited to share with you today a fun treat! A gorgeous giveaway from Living Wood Designs, a new PGM ad partner that we're very excited to have on board. The creators behind the wood studio, Anna & Andy, have very generously offered up this one of a kind black walnut charcuterie board with a live edge to one lucky PGM reader (valued at $98!!). You have one week to enter, simply leave a comment below, good luck! Read More
Jan
30
The last few weeks have been a whirlwind. Truly. As a small, independent publication, each time press time rolls around I find my time monopolized, and keeping on top of it all is often a challenge. That said, while I'm busy stuffing envelopes, applying address labels and packing boxes of magazines for retailers, I came across Waxing Kara in my 'inspiration' folder, and fell in love all over again—I'm taking a time out to share it with you! Read More
Jan
8
I am madly working away this week finalizing our new issue, which will be released at the end of this month. I can't wait to share it! As I knew I would be a wee bit overwhelmed this week, I had tucked a few finds up my sleeve to share with you while I'm off being a busy worker bee. I am truly excited to have come across OLO Fragrance, a brand that couldn't be more perfect for Pure Green and our readers. Stylish, eco and not too feminine, I have found a new coveted love. Long ago I stopped wearing perfume—I'm picky you see. Fragrance is notorious for containing a host of hormone-disrupting chemicals and many are cloyingly strong, both major deterrents in my book. Fortunately OLO is none of these things—self-described as a 'tiny fragrance line based in Portland, Oregon', the creator behind the line, Heather Sielaff, uses only natural ingredients and essential oils to create her blends. The fragrances are inspired by nature and unisex—which I love as nothing is too floral or too sweet. A fabulous find. Love. Read More
Jan
3

Happy 2013!

Posted By:Celine
Happy 2013 everyone!! I thought I would kick off the new year with a quick little post sharing some sweet calendar picks I've come across. I've always loved a good calendar, but this year feels so promising I feel especially attracted to a one for 2013. In the age of smart phones I'm not sure many actually use a paper calendar anymore, but besides being a nice little piece of art, I love having a calendar available at a glance—perhaps this is because I'm busy counting down the days before my wee one arrives, only 11 weeks, give or take, to go! Oh my!! Read More
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