About a month ago I was approached regarding Fresh Home Elements (FHE) housewares products. They make affordable products for your home ranging from a fold-able bench to a pet chateau to frames. One of their newer products is the green series eco frames. FHE kindly offered to provide me with a few samples of the eco-friendly photo frames to see how I liked them and since I revamped my dresser, I had been looking for some new art for that area of my bedroom.
My new frames arrived like this:
And quickly became this:
I was sent three FHE frames – two smaller 4 x 5 in frames and one 8 x 10 in frame. I got them in the dark brown stain which works really nicely with my garbardine, mustard and white colour combination going on right now in that corner of the room.
Look at Sandi’s awesome business cards.
My new frames are made from Cellalin - which apparently (because I did the right thing and googled it!) is a relatively new product that is a more environmentally friendly way of getting wood ‘looking’ frames without pillaging our forest. Essentially, instead of cutting down timber, Cellalin is produced from crop waste, saw dust and timber waste. And something else – it’s recyclable and can be reprocessed. Pretty neat. Think I am just saying this stuff cuz it was on the PR sheet? Nope. It wasn’t. I looked it up on my own because I was interested about it’s “eco” properties. Which checked out.
I really like the dark contrast
The “TF” metal plate is another inherited object from my Gramma’s collection.
Canada’s Style At Home featured some of FHE’s products last year. You can check out their post here.
Interested in checking out the frames in person? They are available at Black’s Photography in Canada.
So what do you think? Like ‘em?
Disclosure: FHE provided me with frames to review. To read my full disclosure, please go here.Pin It