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little things : scout bedding

little things : scout bedding | unruly things

over the summer we got Wolf a twin sized bed and since then he’s progressed from sleeping with just his blankies to sleeping with a sheet. now that the temps are dropping during the night, it’s getting chillier in his room. and he needs a proper bed cover. for what feels like weeks I’ve been on the hunt for cute “mom-approved” bedding for him. these quilts and duvet covers from Scout are nice. subtle, yet fun.

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currently coveting : pops of color from Parachute Home

currently coveting : pops of color from Parachute Home

up until recently, I’ve been a little timid about color. my closet was a sea of grey and black and our home decor was simple and void of too much brightness. but slowly I’ve been learning that a pop of color is a great way to brighten up boring neutrals. lucky for me, Parachute’s newest collection of pillows are designed to go perfectly with standby neutrals.

Parachute has partnered with online retailer Avosetta Home to include three limited-edition patterned throw pillows. available in three different patterns including Linen Tie-Dye Citrine, Linen Ombre Midnight and Linen Agate Khaki. the collection just launched today – check it out!

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what we’re loving : hand wash from Seventh Generation

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summer time with a 3 year old boy can only be described in one word – MESSY. ok two words – messy and FUN! Wolf spends every afternoon playing outside, whether he’s digging in his sand pit, watering anything and everything with the hose or his new latest favorite activity – plucking weeds out of the flower bed, resulting in dirty, dirty hands. thankfully he’s pretty good about coming inside and washing up.

we’ve been enjoying this brand new natural hand wash from Seventh Generation. it comes in three fresh scents, works great and leaves hands feeling soft. plus, its hypoallergenic, plant-based formula is made with no dyes or other icky stuff. so I feel better knowing that each hand washing is not only fun, but safe! keep an eye out for it in retail stores soon.

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{images by Alyson Brown for Unruly Things & Seventh Generation. this post is in partnership with Seventh Generation but rest assured, the thoughts and words written are of my own opinion. thank you to companies like Seventh Generation for not only making the world a better place, but for keeping this little blog alive.} 

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curated for : accompany

curated for : accompany | unruly things

one of my most recent favorite shop finds is Accompany – a rad online boutique with focus on stylish apparel and ethically minded production. each item in the shop has a story – whether it be Artisan Made, Fair Trade or Philanthropic – making Accompany truly a one-of-a-kind boutique. the shop is beautifully curated with lots of goods to wishlist and drool over. above is just a sample of my shop favorites. hop over to Accompany to see the shop in it’s entirety.

just recently, Accompany was highlighted in People’s Style Watch as a great stop for Ethical Fashion. pretty exciting, right? you can read the entire article here.

bonus – Accompany is having a Labor Day sale! everything in the sale section is an additional 15% off Friday August 29 through Monday September 1. enter coupon code LABORDAY at checkout. there’s some really great stuff in their sale section – check it out and stock up your shopping cart for Friday’s sale.

{one : ace & jig revel dress / two : mar y sol mika hat / three : antik batik moon bracelet / four : faire collection ellington bangle / five : raven & lily gold leaf earrings / six : canvas oslo salad servers / seven : dsenyo little friends zebra / eight : mar y sol sisal basket tote / nine : inigo elizalde buedia pillow / ten : jadetribe navia throw

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Guatemalan inspired textiles from Archive New York

Vintage Guatemalan Inspired Textiles + Pillows from Archive New York | Unruly Things

I just adore these pillows from Archive New York, created by textile designer Amira Marion. she recently launched two beautiful collections : a digital collection in which she prints replications of vintage fabric fragments on to silk and a woven collection in which she worked with non-profit Maya Traditions and local Guatemalan weavers to recreate some traditional woven textiles. swoon, right?! see both collections here.

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{images from Archive New York}

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seventh generation : au naturel

Unruly Things for Seventh Generation

when you think about the products that you’re putting on your little babe, you want nothing but the best, right? organic and natural but most importantly, toxin free. best put – au naturel.

even though Wolf is now potty trained and only wearing diapers at night, we choose to diaper him in Seventh Generation diapers because for one, they not only worked the best with his sensitive skin but we felt better knowing that they are free of fragrances, petroleum-based lotions, chlorine processing and bleach.

Seventh Generation put together an amazing little video called Au Naturel promoting their diapers and it’s way cute – check it out here.

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as you know, I’ve partnered with Seventh Generation to help spread the word about their Toxic Freedom Fighter Campaign. the Toxin Freedom Fighters Campaign is collecting signatures, with a goal of reaching 100,000, and delivering them to Congress on April 30, 2014. and they’re ALMOST THERE! the signatures will strengthen the movement behind chemical reform and will encourage that decision-makers change the necessary laws.

thanks to those of you who have already signed and supported Seventh Generation’s fight for safer chemicals. if you haven’t signed the petition, have a look at the campaign here. there’s only about 3000 signatures left until they reach their goal.

{images courtesy of Seventh Generation. this post is in partnership with Seventh Generation but rest assured, the thoughts and words written are of my own opinion. thank you to companies like Seventh Generation for not only making the world a better place, but for keeping this little blog alive.}