Interviews

A Creative Life with Pete Goodlet

Pete Goodlet is a man who has made creating his life. With numerous strings to his bow, he  has his own art business – Pete Goodlet Art and Design, is a garden designer and runs a bed and breakfast in Peregian Beach, Queensland, which he has lovingly decorated in his signature style.  Pete describes himself…

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Three of a Kind Furniture

upcycled and rustic furniture

Karl Bergersen is the founder and Creative Director at Three of a Kind Furniture  Based in Leichhardt, for the last 26 years, Three of a Kind Furniture has been busy supplying Sydney, interstate and overseas buyers with handmade furniture in historic timbers with eco friendly finishes. During this time their small, cottage style business has…

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Operating a Zero Waste Business with EORTH

waste free plastic free shopping australia

Cathy Earle from EORTH has created a business which is based around earth friendly products and no plastic packaging on any products, or in the shipping materials. 95% of the products in store are plastic free/zero waste. EORTH is an old english word for Earth, a time long before plastic existed on our planet. A few…

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Living Your Best Life with Hey Kels

Kelsey Petherick, founder of Hey Kels, is a young woman on a mission. Living in beautiful Port Macquarie, her business mostly focuses on making sustainable fashion and beauty products. The fashion products are made out of organic and recycled materials and ther beauty products have no preservatives or harmful chemicals, being made from two main ingredients –…

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Handmade Cushions with Tribe & Temple

ethically made cushions eco friendly and handmade in Australia

Kath O’Sullivan from Tribe & Temple is more of an artist than a seamstress. Creating handmade cushions and textiles, she has an online shop where she offers custom made cushions, sourcing, and bespoke collections. Using an eclectic mix of contemporary designer fabrics, tribal and vintage textiles, Kath creates pieces that reflect personality, character and sensory delight. Collaborating on…

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Sustainable Living and Creativity with Green Fix

how to make your own macrame produce bag

Sydneysider Ridhika Naidoo has found the perfect way to blend creativity and sustainability with her business, Green Fix.  Joining the Sustainable Home Hub, she describes the business as a “sustainability and creativity store”. They run regular creative workshops encouraging people to value the handmade and learn a new skill. One of her most popular workshops…

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