There comes a time in every wannabe-interior decorator's life (that's me, BTW!) that you hit a brick wall in terms of decorating. So far, we've done a good job of furnishing the house with basics, great lighting, and some fun accessories. But - there are a few gapping holes in my interior decorating abilities that end up jarring the results to look much more half-baked than I would have liked.
Rather than fill the space, or in this case - corner - with just any old chair, I am holding out. And waiting. And waiting some more. For the perfect place to rest my back and tuchis after a long hard day (or that's how it feels). Look no further - feast your eyes on our new seat - the Zilalila. Besides just being an unbelievably beautfiul website, the products themselves cause heavy drooling. Each piece has the "look" of a bean bag, but oh my it's so much more. Zilalila's cushions are handknit by a fair trade production in Nepal, and rather than being filled with those (toxic!) hideous little styrofoam balls, this baby is filled with more eco goodness in the form of recycled Tempex material that has been collected all over from the Netherlands (the birth place of the Zilalila). There are a few styles and colors to choose from, and I'm sure you could close your eyes and point to the screen and get one that is just right for you without fail. I seriously cannot believe that something this beautiful can be so super-d-duper eco, and such a perfect match for our home.