Earth Day: Los Angeles Designer Launches Eco Home Store
/PRNewswire/ — Interior designer Sarah Barnard has launched Kale Tree Shop. This Southern California-based online marketplace offers a curated selection of home goods inspired by the intersection of art, design, and nature.
Sarah and her team design the products using only environmentally friendly materials and partner with local and like-minded artisans to create healthful, ethically produced goods inspired by the intersection of art, design, and nature.
WILD INDOORS WALLCOVERINGS
While houseplants have exploded into an almost $2 billion annual industry, plants from Sarah’s Los Angeles garden have served as inspiration for her new line of wallcoverings. Printed with water-based latex inks that carry the GREENGUARD Gold certification, all PVC-free wallcoverings are made in the USA on FSC certified paper.
A limited collection of hand-crafted, no-VOC furniture carved from sustainable hardwoods includes the Butterfly Dreams Bed. Featuring California pollinators and their host plants, the headboard consists of larger-than-life monarch butterfly & milkweed and, cerisys sphinx & elm.
Kale Tree lighting includes the Gingko Indoor/Outdoor Light, made of cast bronze and milk glass. The Ginkgo light fits a dimmable LED bulb, is UL Listed, Title 24 Compliant, and rated for outdoor use.
SMALL BATCH, LIMITED EDITIONS
All items in Kale Tree are made-to-order and can be customized to fit personalized needs. Kale Tree also offers endless custom colors and vegan options.
Kale Tree was named after Polyscias Guilfoyle, a beautiful shrub that has curly, dark-green leaves. This evergreen’s beauty and self-sufficiency embodies Kale Tree’s goal to promote health and wellbeing while helping people connect to nature, inside and out.
Sarah Barnard is a WELL and LEED accredited designer and creator of environments that support mental, physical, and emotional wellbeing. She creates highly personalized, restorative spaces deeply connected to art and the preservation of the environment. Sarah is recognized by Architectural Digest, Forbes, Elle Décor, and The Wall Street Journal.