Thursday, December 29, 2011

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

NEW Bamboo Dreams Comforters and Sheets. Available End of the Month.

New Botany's Desire Furniture Vendor...BUY NOW. Click on Link Below.

Live Luxuriously with Natural Fibers.

In your efforts to make your home a green home, you’ll run across a lot of information. One simple step towards green living can be decorating your home with organic fabrics.
For decades, organic fabric meant wrapping your home in burlap or something equally as unpleasant. Luckily organic today is as luxurious as you want it to be. From the softest bamboo to the crispest linens, organic textiles have come a long way.
So, just what are organic fabrics?
Any fabric that is made from naturally grown plants. Organic fabrics are not genetically-engineered in any way. They do not get sprayed with chemical pesticides, which makes them safer for the farmer and the consumer. They also do not grow with the help of synthetic fertilizers. Any dyes used in the fabric are also all natural and non-toxic.
In making conscious decision about the fabric you use to decorate your home, you’ll often get higher-quality fabric and make less of a carbon footprint in the process. Here are some of the choices you’ll find in a search for organic fabric:

Organic Cotton

Cotton is the most commonly available form of organic fabric. It’s also widely available in its inorganic form and is the one of the most pesticide-sprayed crop in the world. So, make absolutely sure you’re buying organic before you purchase. Organic cotton is not only better for the environment, it’s also a higher-quality fabric. Inorganic cotton goes through a lot of chemical treatment, which weakens the fibers significantly. Organic cotton is chemical-free and will last much, much longer. Meaning that the amazingly soft sheets you purchased for the guest room, will stay amazing for years to come.


While hemp has gotten a bad rap for being related to marijuana, it has only trace, unusable amounts of THC. This natural textile is beneficial to the environment. It produces a lot of oxygen for its size and grows very quickly. It actually helps remove toxins from the soil it grows in, and it can grow almost anywhere without help from chemicals. If you’re creating an organic home design, then using hemp for curtains is a good idea. Hemp-based cloth reflects the sun’s UV rays much better than most other fabrics.


Developed only in the last decade, bamboo fabric continues to grow in popularity. Bamboo grows very quickly, so like hemp, it is a sustainable fabric. It’s also extremely soft, has anti-bacterial properties, is one of the most water-absorbent textiles available and is less likely to cause allergic reactions than many other natural fibers. Overall, bamboo fabric may turn out to be the most versatile of all the organic fabrics. However, it’s important to note that not all bamboo is organic, some companies use chemicals to bleach the natural-colored fibers. Don’t get caught by the green washers, always check to make sure that the fabric you’re buying isn’t just sustainable, it’s organic too.
Whether you’re considering reupholstering your furniture, putting in new drapes, or finding a better blanket for your bed, the benefits of using organic fabric can’t be over-estimated. It’s a simple step towards green living that will improve your impact on the environment, improve the quality of your home, and may also improve your health.

Thursday, September 08, 2011

Handmade Spa/Buckwheat Pillows

Spa Pillows
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Saturday, September 03, 2011

Picker Sisters......New LifeTime show.

Picker Sisters.....
I love their design style and their Fashionista California casual style. You will either love them or hate them. Not your usual junk pickers, but hey it is a show that is suppose to entertain. Maybe not all reality to the junk picker world, but I like them.

Saturday, August 27, 2011

Pre-Fall Beauties....

Friday, August 26, 2011

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Saturday, July 23, 2011

Saturday, July 16, 2011

Hot Summer Days & Nights....What else would you want to wear?

Available @Botany's Desire....Made in the USA!!

Friday, June 24, 2011

John Masters 100% Organic Argan Oil..Available @Botany's Desire
(Don't be fooled by the other brands that have a hint of Argan oil
mixed in with a bunch of other ingredients and many chemicals.)

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Bella Dahl Spring 2011
Made in California of the finest Tencel, Linen and 100% cotton.

Thursday, May 19, 2011

Belvoir Farms Organic drinks now available in the USA @Botany's Desire...Imported from UK.


Belvoir Press├ęs are lightly sparkling drinks made 100% naturally with much more fruit juice than usual, mixed with our spring water from the hills here and again no flavourings or artificial stuff - so they taste naturally delicious, real and very refreshing, (with no aftertaste of flavourings).

Our best seller is the sparkling Elderflower, which is made from the cordial, diluted with our spring water. The Organic Lemonade, made from pressed fresh lemons and cooking the rinds is also a great seller as is our fiery Organic Ginger Beer( we cook organic fresh ginger to make this) and the new fruity Raspberry Lemonade, new last year is very popular. These all come in 750ml and elegant little 250ml bottles.

Sunday, May 15, 2011

Spring & Summer Scarf Celebration!!!

Chiffon, from the French word for cloth, is a lightweight flatwoven sheer fabric woven from twisted yarns. Our silk/rayon blend chiffon wraps are double layered and printed in fun prints and patterns making them the perfect effortless accessory.
40% Silk 60% Rayon
70" x 20"
80 gram weight
Rolled edges
Hand Wash

Blue Floral, Orange Floral, Light Purple, Turquoise & Grey

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

New shipment just in!!

Thursday, April 28, 2011

Laura Zindel is an artist and designer who combines her passion for ceramics and naturalist illustration into unique housewares and objets d’art. Her work integrates techniques from the Arts & Crafts movement with modern industrial design practices and decorative arts inspired by the natural world.

A ceramist by training, Laura has always loved to draw with a pencil. Her initial drawings on the surface of clay with a glaze pencil ultimately led her to the transfer process for creating commercial works; her drawings are now silkscreened and printed as enamel transfers. This process also lent itself to repetition, allowing Laura to create exquisite surface patterns from her drawings on a wide variety of homewares.

Available June 1, 2011 @Botany's Desire Boutique