We all want to reduce the amount of trash we produce; “green design” is all the rage right now. But, let’s face it – unless a recycled or “green” product looks good, no one is actually going to use it.
I just found these light fixtures, made from corrugated cardboard; they are both recycled and pretty cool looking! While they don’t take a very high wattage bulb, due to the heat produced and the resulting fire hazard, they do make a fun accent. Thoughts? Would you use them in your home or business? Or do they still look too “green” for you?
I am very excited to be a part of the Showcase Hammond Business & Community Open House on Saturday, March 20, 2010! This event is designed to showcase what Hammond, WI, has to offer the area – from businesses to non-profit organizations.
Join us from 10 am – 4 pm and enjoy seminars, demonstrations, prizes, food and more! The event will be held at the St. Croix Central High School in Hammond, and it is FREE!
If you are an area business or organization and would like a booth, the cost is $10 to cover advertising expenses. Registration forms can be found at the Hammond Library, or by calling 715/796-2281. See you there!
The opening of my new interior design business was featured in the New Richmond News about a week ago. I think they did a fantastic article, and I’m so grateful for the exposure! Check it out, and let me know what you think –