Looking for a visually inspiring eco-friendly house tour? I’ve got such a good one for you today, that’s a real treat for your eyes. Read on!

I love a good look around other people’s houses, especially when they’re as stunning as Artemis Russell’s vintage-inspired home.

Artemis is a blogger at Junkaholique (one of my all-time favourite blogs) and jewellery maker from the Isle of Wight.  Artemis and her husband Nao have furnished their beautiful home mostly with secondhand car-boot, flea-market, and charity shop finds.  This has created a stunning, yet simple look, that’s warm, inviting, and easy on the environment.  

Artemis’s Eco-Friendly House Tour

As such, I couldn’t resist giving you this eco-friendly house tour:

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I love all of her vintage and antique finds that together make this home so unique and so homely.  It clearly looks like a labour of love!

Artemis and Nao live here with their young daughter, and it looks like such a fun place for their daughter to grow up in. From the toys dotted around here and there, to the art station on the dining room table ready for some crafting adventures.

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And speaking of crafting, Artemis is also one crafty mama. She has made a lot of items for her home, including this beautiful whale and fish mobile for her daughter. And can we just marvel for a minute at her home-made Wendy house:

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Talk about dream Wendy house!

I’m completely smitten with Artemis’s house as a whole. As such, I could post a million more photos of her gorgeous eco-friendly house!  Instead, go have a look at Junkaholique and be prepared to lose a good few hours dreamily browsing her archives! You can also follow Artemis along on Instagram for more inspiration.

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