Posts tagged ‘Eco-Friendly’
Nandina, is an eco-friendly, high-end luxury bath towel and linen company. Their
towels are made of bamboo and hand loomed in pure certified organic cotton. Bamboo
inherently has anti-microbial properties, which make these towels mildew
resistant, and they are super absorbed too. And to compliment the luxury spa
feeling, a new line of organic virgin olive oil soaps that are made by hand.
Nandina receives high marks in sustainable business model, some of their towels
are woven in Japan where factory uses wind power to generate its electricity.
The company is based in Palm Dessert, California with over 200 retail shops that carry Nandina’s products
nationwide. For more information about Nandina’s products, please visit their
All images copyright and provided by: Nandina Future Fibers, LLC.
Rotsen Furniture (formerly Rotsen Design) has been designing high-end Brazilian furniture and artwork since 2005. As part of their commitment on the environment they use eco-friendly materials, such as recycled tin, metals, ceramics, crystals, semi-precious stones and certified reclaimed wood by the IBAMA. Other woods that they use are from naturally fallen trees found in Brazil. The designers at Rotsen Furniture design beautiful one-of-a-kind custom-made pieces to clients specifications as well as ready-to-ship furniture. You can experience their exquisite works of art at Hotels, Resorts, Restaurants, and Spas. Here are a few: Mandarin Oriental, Four Seasons, W Hotel, Fairmont Hotels and Resorts, Cliffside Beach Club, Table 8 Restaurants, New Beauty Center.