Global warming is one issue that none of us is unaware of. We all know what are the reasons of the rising environmental hazards we human beings are causing knowingly or unknowingly. However, lot many people are making their best efforts to minimize this impact by adopting certain ways.
With more and more people going green in one or the other way like some are getting their homes designed with eco-friendly way and smart ideas for desert lovers who wish to get their eco-chic homes, there is the increasing demand of environmentally friendly products.
Going green doesn’t mean you have to make compromise with style, modernity and elegance instead there are so many creative designers all around the world who think out of the box and come up with eco-chic products. Just like we came up with Beautiful Stones Collection for Modern Interiors that were so naturally cool that I am sure you all would have made up your mind to get a collection for your home, here is another treat; the visual one!
Wizkid of Andre Teodosio, here is a superb collection of something that you would simply fall in love with at a mere first glance. Its a collection of vases, table centers developed for JANS. The raw material used to create these stunning pieces is cork based on the beauty and natural forms of the cork tree.
Each of the center pieces (the images of which are pinned here) is inventively crafted with extra care, keeping in mind the modernity and given the classy touch to make them appealing to modern home owners. The pieces have been analyzed as of now and are expected to hit the market soon so that you can shop them and take home the eco-smart center pieces.
To sum up I would say there is no end to creativity and for those with a creative bent of mind nothing seems impossible. How else would one think of coming up with such smart center pieces made up of eco-friendly product cork. Personally, I loved each of these pieces so much so that I would keep myself posted to know as to when would these be made available. Aren’t these amazing? What’s your take?