Bamboo Furniture Brand Sengtai Launches in the UK

April 14, 2014 by  
Filed under Furniture, Home & Garden

Successful French brand Sengtai specialising in Scandinavian-inspired designer furniture has just launched an online presence in the UK. In addition to the 40+ products already available in a choice of 11 colours, UK based customers also have the option to custom make their own pieces of bespoke furniture. Sengtai owns its own workshop and all its […]

BAM Bamboo Clothing

October 31, 2013 by  
Filed under Clothing, Family, Grown Ups

BAM, bamboo clothing, launched in June 2006, is a UK brand founded by David Gordon who follows through with his quest for social and environmental responsibility by financing the planting of a tree in the name of the purchaser for every order placed.

New Cuddledry ‘Coffee and Cream’ Range designed exclusively for Mothercare

June 3, 2013 by  
Filed under Babies & Toddlers, Clothing, Family

A product that you will find regularly on a new parents’ list of must have essentials for their newborn is the Cuddledry ‘hands-free’ apron towel. TGF have been fans of Cuddledry for some time now and are very excited about the launch of their brand new range of products designed exclusively for Mothercare.

Ettitude – Eco Living made Easy

I think it is extremely important that we all take steps no matter how big or small to make our lives more eco friendly. Unfortunately I believe there is a false misconception that taking such much-needed steps is difficult and requires lots of effort. This may be the case when making certain eco living changes […]

We love Cuddledry Bamboo Towels!

February 20, 2013 by  
Filed under Babies & Toddlers, Family, Green Living

Even the product name, ‘Cuddledry Bamboo Towels’ sounds indulgent and comforting – I just want to wrap myself up in one to get warm and escape from the rain and cold but sadly I cant! Cuddledry Bamboo Towels promise long lasting softness and absorbency and are a world apart from regular baby towels, which often […]

TGF Rated Review: Anjaly Yoga Pants

October 19, 2012 by  
Filed under Clothing, Grown Ups, Sport & Activity

A little over a year ago, I had the chance to try Ivengar Yoga whilst on holiday.  I found it very beneficial, so once my son had started school, I found a local class.  After attending classes for over a year now, I’m at the stage of thinking about getting some specifically designed clothes and […]

Braintree’s New Season

September 24, 2012 by  
Filed under Clothing, Family, Grown Ups

Braintree specialise in eco fibre fashion and they have just launched their Autumn Winter collection for the current year. The collection is called Nordic Weekend and it was inspired by the soft, neutral, feminine colours that are synonymous with Scandinavian style and design. I like this Betula Birch top which was fashioned from a drapey […]

Rosy Cheek Cosy goes from strength to strength

September 17, 2012 by  
Filed under Babies & Toddlers, Family

When Tess Lambert began Rosy Cheek Cosy, I imagine she only dreamed of the thriving, eco-friendly business it has now become. Her beautiful designs are made out of natural fabrics, they are sold via stockists throughout the country, or items can be ordered via the online boutique, with free UK delivery. Tess is also clearly keen on […]

Go Green with Living Fencing

As people grow more conscious of the need to take care of the planet, greener alternatives to all sorts of practices are under continuous development. In the world of gardening, the need to maximize renewable resources and keep an ecologically sound attitude is felt all the more keenly.

Shop in Style with Bamboo Clothing

April 1, 2012 by  
Filed under Clothing, Featured Posts

Bamboo Clothing has recently come out with a line of clothes that, at first glance, appears perfect. The material used is antibacterial, has thermo-control values, anti-static technology and is UV protective. It is made from sustainable bamboo – grown on hillsides where nothing else is viable – using no pesticides, no chemicals, nothing unnatural. Its water […]

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