Fundamentally, sustainable living is about the intersection between our natural lives and our built lives. Between what grew and what was made. Finding the balance between what is needed and what is wanted.
Sustainable living is not a question of doing without — a constraint or compromise. Nor is it an assertion that packaging is the line between good and evil, or the alarm bell for your conscience. It’s really about the dial. Dialing the balance back from pack-aged to loose, or processed to raw, or manufactured to natural — to suit your life.
Having control over the dial without compromise. And feeling confident that in this case, the case of what you choose to purchase for you and your home, that the dial controls the music before it’s made.