Although it seems like all’s been quiet on The Green Bin front for the last few weeks, there’s actually been so much happening behind the scenes!
Now that I’ve got a couple large commissioned projects finished and happily tucked away in their new homes, I’m ready to officially unveil a new The Green Bin website and logo!
They reflect the direction that The Green Bin has been taking for the past few months: a furniture and home goods upcycling business that blogs about eco related topics.
How did this happen?
Well, The Green Bin began as an eco blog.
At around the same time, I rediscovered my love for refinishing and upcycling furniture. Before long, I was selling pieces and having fun doing it.
It just made sense to combine the two elements under The Green Bin.
Upcycling falls into the green movement as it offers a more conscientious alternative to buying new goods.
Refusing to buy new products reduces our carbon footprint and upcycling keeps items with life left in them out of landfills.
It also helps reuse items no longer wanted or loved, repairs anything that needs attention and extends the life and beauty of furniture and home goods.
Plus, there are so many gorgeous, vintage, unique and custom pieces out there to find!
Welcome to the new and improved The Green Bin.