Heirloom Design, Thoughtful Purchasing, and Slow Living

Heirloom Design, Thoughtful Purchasing, and Slow Living

Cambria Bold
Dec 26, 2010

One of the main tenets we hold to here at Re-Nest is the belief that one should purchase things carefully, thoughtfully, and with an eye for what will make your home a healthier and more beautiful place. Truly sustainable design should discourage us against buying short-lived products that we'll end up throwing away. Here are 15 posts from this past year that celebrate the slow, thoughtfully designed and purchased life:


1 On Judging Expensive Products and People Who Buy Them
2 Green Style: John & Juli of Mjölk
3 Re-Nest On... Saving for Handcrafted Furniture
4 Favorite Thing: Soft-Map Quilts from Haptic Labs
5 The Iconic Hudson Bay's Point Blanket


6 Against Throwawayism
7 On Buying Sustainable Plates... Slowly
8 All About Wool, Linen, Cotton, and Hemp
9 Useful, Beautiful, Everyday Objects: 10 Sources
10 Eye Candy For Your Home: Handmade Cement Tiles


11 Beautiful Handcrafted Brooms
12 Bowery Lane Bicycle: Handmade in NYC
13 Handmade in Sweden: Iris Handverk Brushes
14 10 Fantastic Wood Furniture Makers
15 Weekend Meditation: Simple Living

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Welcome to Re-Nest's end-of-year roundup!
We're making our way through 2010 and rounding up some of our favorite (and your favorite) posts. Also on deck during this time: the Re-Nest editors get personal in our "Meet the Team" series, a special group of guest bloggers share their green resolutions, and we go big with Green City Guides, from Montreal to Madison.

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