Journalist, photographer and communication consultant, Emma surveys farms to write articles, photographs creators in the workshop, designs magazines for the territories or advises brands on their communication. Passionate about ethical and ecological decoration, she tells about her creative discoveries on her Instagram account and her Newsletter, and shares her knowledge through articles for My Green Cocoon.
THEY SUPPORT THE MOVEMENT
Since the beginning Marion and I have had common values and close philosophies. We started our respective adventure at the same time, and it is naturally that we chose to complement each other perfectly. Marion highlights craftsmen and creators, and shares her thoughts on slow and minimalism with an open heart. We fell under the spell of his delicate pen and the universe of Etsideuxmains.
Deborah maintains the LittleGreenBee blog dedicated to an ecological, ethical and respectful consumer, she deals with a wide range of subjects (fashion, cosmetics, well-being, food… and now decoration). It was when she offered to interview me to explain the concept of eco-responsible decoration that we began to exchange ideas. Since then, she has been spreading the slow deco movement throughout Belgium!
Olivia is passionate about decoration, secondhand trade, photography and Bordeaux. Spray gathers all its passions through articles and photos of the most beautiful decoration shops in Bordeaux (including flea markets) and a list of all the decoration shops in Bordeaux. It is with great generosity and pleasure that she promotes Bordeaux’s decoration shops, thus promoting local consumption.
Anaelle Sorignet is a web editor and journalist, and she uses her talents in eco-friendly articles with biodegradable humour (as she says so well) on The Turtle Revolution. Natural and without a headache, we are often bent over backwards when we follow our Instagram publications. As for his articles, they get to the bottom of things, without the slightest greenwashing, as we like!
Aurélie Ronfaut created the design studio and blogzine of the same name: Greenmoods. It inspires an eco-art to live in a positive and optimistic state of mind. Aurélie is passionate about China and has furnished her house almost exclusively with china rooms without giving up aesthetics, so inevitably, we could only get along! I invite you to discover his articles dedicated to Slow Home.
Isabelle Camus is a multiple-environmental blogger committed to Bordeaux. It is through her blog La Référence Bio that Isabelle supported the movement by dedicating an article to slow deco. She also writes for her blog Serial Blogueuse where she makes you live Bordeaux like no one else. His pen is full of humour, his Facebook account is regularly filled with funny and subtle reflections, in short, we love it!
YOU HAVE ALSO ENVIRED TO TAKE YOUR STONE TO THE EDITORY?
You can do this by suggesting topics, writing articles on ecological decoration, proposing your home for the Slow Home Tour or even talking about the slow deco movement to your friends, family, on your social networks, sharing photos from home with the #myslowdeco dedicated hashtag, joining the Facebook group and participating in publications, interacting, sharing.