Browse through the GREEN JOURNAL and learn more about our designers, the stories behind our products, and a sustainable home.
Katrine Bay Ejlersen is a business woman and former international fashion model who grew up on an organic farm eating strawberry ice cream with no colors or additives. She is the Founder of Green Collective, an online platform where consumers can find extraordinary design made sustainably. She talks about the story behind Green Collective and how conscious decision making can help you live a more sustainable life. Read the full interview in the Green Journal.
Organically produced cotton has, compared to conventional cotton, a more positive impact on people and our planet. It is grown from seeds that are not genetically modified, and without using synthetic agricultural chemicals such as fertilizers or pesticides. Read the full article in the Green Journal!
DURUP is a Denmark-based interior brand and design house, known for producing bespoke curtains and, more recently, decorative pillows. Founder Nicoline Durup talks with us about her fashion background’s influence on her brand, her company’s mission to become more sustainable, and about her upcoming collaboration with Green Collective. Read the full interview in the Green Journal.
Founded in 2016 by Steen Skyum Høgfeldt, Noorstad designs furniture, home accessories and interiors. Green Collective sat down with Steen and his wife Anne to discuss their simplistic approach to home design, their inspiration from nature, and the importance of local production. Read the full interview in the Green Journal.
Bea Fagerholt is the founder of ‘To The Moon, Honey’, a podcast and website for women covering all things “motherhood,” as well as the founder of the newly-launched skincare brand HONEY. Green Collective chatted with her about her companies, her view on sustainability, and the importance of having a place for women to share their experiences. Read the full article in the Green Journal.
Jonas Djernes and Justine Bell are the founders of Djernes&Bell Architects, a Copenhagen-based architecture studio. They have a genuine passion for material quality and longevity. Green Collective chatted with the married couple about inspiration, appreciation for history, and what sustainability means to their business, architecture, and the broader world. Read the full article in the Green Journal.
Nathalie Schwer is a Danish interior designer with a passion for travel and a tendency to think outside the box. Green Collective chatted with her about inspiration, her latest projects, and a beautiful concept called the “intelligence of the hands". Read the full article in the Green Journal.