Weekend Links

Have you had a good week?  We got snow (a tiny bit) this week for the first time this winter – it was fun while it lasted!  I’ve also been busy in the kitchen – some fruits of my labour are up on the blog next week.   In the mean time here are some links to things I’ve found interesting lately:

A shocking article on the real cost of tea.

Flamingos gather in the shape of a flamingo!

Enter the Moral Fibres ethical fashion competition to win £100 of ethical clothing! [NOW CLOSED]

This guacamole sounds right up my street!

Thug Kitchen is one of my favourite vegan food blogs.  Although the language is a little fruity in case you’re easily offended!

An amazing £15 off when you spend £50 at People Tree and free UK delivery this weekend (£5 to rest of world)!  Use discount code SPRING50 at the checkout before 23:59 on Monday 17th February.  Full priced items only.

Olympians call to the world to act on climate change.

Would the reintroduction of beavers help prevent flooding in some parts of the country?

 

Main image from here.

eco-friendly house tour

A Stunning Eco-Friendly House Tour

junkaholique

I love a good look around other people’s houses, especially when they’re as stunning as Artemis Russell’s.  Artemis is a blogger at Junkaholique (one of my all time favourites)  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.  I couldn’t resist giving you this eco-friendly house tour:

eco interior design

eco friendly living room

eco friendly thrifty dining room

atermis russell junkaholique eco friendly interior

artemis russell

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

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

home made mobile

diy wendy house

I’m completely smitten with Artemis’s house as a whole and I could post a million more photos of her gorgeous house!  Instead go have a look at Junkaholique and be prepared to lose a good few hours dreamily browsing her archives!

ps: if you enjoyed this post then you can find more eco-friendly house tours here!