At World Interiors we offer customers compelling designs, often inspired by nature, crafted from environmentally friendly materials. Our primary supplier is leading the way in eco-friendly furniture by using sustainable practices and materials.
Chase Carpets overhauls foot space with toe-cuddling carpeting and carpet stretching for already-there rugs. Massage tired tootsies with a bevy of cushy carpeting, such as Shaw's Northern Parkway or Wish List floor furs, available in a variety of colors ($300 for 144 sq. ft. or $500 for 250 sq. ft., including pad, installation, and tax). These foot-tickling fibers arrive complete with a one-year warranty on their multistep installation process. Or give tired treads a facelift with whole-house carpet stretching (a $3/yd. value, up to 100 sq. yd. with this deal). Ideal for wrinkled, worn, or constantly frowning wall-to-walls, carpet stretching eradicates ripples from rooms by unfastening, trimming, and retacking a home's existing floor-coats.
Working with artisans in developing countries who would otherwise be underemployed, Ten Thousand Villages supplies handicraft lovers with handcrafted jewelry, home décor pieces, accessories, and gifts from Latin America, Africa, the Middle East, and Asia, and the company pays artisans fair wages for their products. Support marginalized women in Bangladesh with YWCA Craft Centre's bright and goosy Super Duck backpack ($18), which allows schoolchildren to strut confidently into second grade and medical malpractice lawyers to swagger into the courtroom with ducks on their backs. Socially conscious scribes can take home a handcrafted kancu leaf and bamboo journal from APIKRI (Indonesia, $14), and frugal fashionistas can sport dancing-girl earrings made from recycled soda cans by KICK Trading Ltd. (Kenya, $12) or a marbled bead choker from TARA Projects (India, $16).
Peruse Finch’s head-spinning selection of fetching wares from a bevy of designers, including Dwell, Bodo Sperlein, and Anne Black. Specializing in independent design, Finch offers decorative pieces, textiles, lighting, and accessories that replace flimsy papier-mâché simulacra. Spruce up walls with Nkuku frames ($35–$38) or buttress beautiful flowers and fly swatters with an Anne Black porcelain vase ($32). Organize beautifying tools and pocketfuls of various knickknacks with a Jane Marvel hanging cosmetic bag ($46) or add pizzazz to tables with a pair of Studio 3 napkins ($20).
Step 1. Purchase your Groupon using the buy button on this page.Step 2. Locate your redemption code, which differs from the Groupon number and can be found in the center of the voucher. The voucher is viewable in the mobile app or by going to My Groupons and clicking the print link.Step 3. Visit product page and enter the redemption code located in the center of your Groupon into the "Groupon Voucher #" field at checkout.Step 4. Enjoy!
Jaya accents homes with environmentally sustainable pieces sculpted by cottage-industry craftsmen and global artisans. Peruse collections including jewelry, Votivo candles, throw pillows, and decorative home goods (many under $20 each). In addition to its collections of antiques, celebrated lamps, and tribal artifacts, Jaya taps cottage-industry creatives to form distinct furniture pieces ($100+) from up to 90% reclaimed or plantation-grown teak wood. Crafted in timeless tradition, each piece beams with an individuality rivaled only by dental records. Jaya’s commitment to cultivate refined décor not only inspires envy from competitive neighbors but also leaves the rainforests more pristine for future generations.