Get Green with Style Blog


Definition and Product of the Week 07.03.2010

Each Saturday, we post a definition and a product of the week so that you can learn more about going green and what makes particular products green. This week, we’ll define PASSIVE SOLAR and the product of the week is CANVAS HOME STORE.

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Green Book Review – The Complete Idiot’s Guide

This book is a wonderful choice for you if you are looking to build a standard suburban home but want to do it with a little more of a conscience.


NeoCon 2010

NeoCon World’s Trade Fair (June 14-16, 2010) is the event of all events for the international furniture market in the USA.


Interview with Brenda Thompson of O Ecotextiles – Part 6

As we close out our final segment with Brenda, she shares other information that is important to people learning about going green.


Get Green with Style

In this post, celebrating Earth Week, learn about how to contact us to speak at your conference or event or how to hire us for your upcoming sustainable home design or commercial design project!


Definition and Product of the Week 03.27.2010

Each Saturday, we post a definition and a product of the week so that you can learn more about going green and what makes particular products green. This week, we define CARBON FOOTPRINT and the product of the week is ROCKY MOUNTAIN HARDWARE.


Why I Enjoy Interior Design

It wasn’t until the green movement really started to take hold a few years ago that I felt I was really making a positive difference in people’s lives on a daily basis beyond the aesthetic thrill they would get when I was done. This has made me love my job even more.


Why I Am An Interior Designer

When people find out I’m an interior designer, they inevitably reply in one of two ways: “Oh! I would hate for you to see my house…” or “Your job must be so much fun!”.


Why I Am An Eco-Friendly Interior Designer Part 3

New eco-friendly options are popping up every day, and green materials are improving by leaps and bounds.


Why I Am An Eco-Friendly Interior Designer Part 2

My designs tend to be somewhere between something Ed Begley would be proud of and “unique luxury.”