Bring fabulous flair to any room with these delightful, eye-catching pieces chosen by Tampa-based interior designer Sarit Marcus. Marcus is the founder of Minted Space, an online boutique offering a curated selection of eco-chic home furnishings, decor and lighting.
Glitz And Glam
Reminiscent of old Hollywood glam but with today’s eco-friendly mindset, this gorgeous Galahad Blue Chandelier is made of recycled glass and recast glass discs, making it an eco-chic home run. “I love everything about this light fixture, from the beautiful blue hue and empirical shape to the sustainable materials and strong presence it casts in a room,” Marcus says.
The balance of cozy sophistication in the Amelia Curved 2-Seater Sofa’s design is achieved with a play on soft curves and boucle fabric, which contrast with the gold metal base. The polyester fabric and metal are both recyclable. “This versatile piece elevates any office, sitting room or lounge space,” Marcus notes.
Simplicity at its finest speaks volumes in a room. Made from sustainable, regenerative acacia wood, the Plank Top Console Table makes a statement with its subtle nod to the wabi-sabi aesthetic, naturalizing any space. “I am drawn to the organic shape, rich-yet-airy wood tones and minimalist design of this console,” Marcus shares.
Made from natural jute rope woven on a wooden frame with a pewter finished footrest, the Melrose 30” Barstool is the epitome of eco-chic. Jute is a very sustainable fiber which requires very little water to grow, is biodegradable, regenerative and recyclable. “The popularity of casual dining at the kitchen island has shown that this trend is here to stay,” Marcus states.
With a circular shape and rotating system, this ideal leisure spot offers sun protection with the top cover, which is available in a polypropylene cord braid, as well as a Sunvison fabric. “Pergolas and round daybeds are skyrocketing in demand right now and this Ulm Moon Daybed offers the best of both worlds,” Marcus points out.
Looking for more home inspiration? Check out some selections from interior designer Michelle Wiebe, founder of Clearwater-based Studio M.