Easy Ways to a Chemical and Cruelty-Free Home: Here are some top tips to veganize your home.
You greened your eating, but not your home? There’s work to be done!
- Only purchase personal care products whose ingredients are not animal tested.
- When replacing your furniture, choose pieces that are made from non-animal, cruelty-free, and eco-friendly materials.
- Replace your neuro-toxic cleaning solutions with natural eco-friendly botanical-based products.
Farm Animal Rights Movement (FARM) presents a one-time only online event, “Easy Ways to a Chemical and Cruelty-Free Home” hosted by Deborah DiMare, Vegan Interior Designer and founder of DiMare Design. This free webinar will be held tonight, Tuesday, January 29 at 8:00 pm (ET) and shares simple tricks of the trade on how to remove toxicity and animal-based elements from your home and/or office space.
Deborah shows the world that less toxic, healthier, durable, and luxurious faux alternatives can easily replace wool, fur, leather and other animal-derived materials. She believes in designing environments free from cruelty; leaving only good, healthy, and clean energy. Her design expertise has been featured in Architectural Digest, The Hollywood Reporter, Forbes, Better Homes & Garden, Real Simple, Dezeen, LiveKindly, VegNews, and The Today Show. Deborah proudly serves on the board of Farm Sanctuary and is a PETA-approved business.
“We’re excited that we can offer this exclusive event for free,” says Eric Lindstrom, Executive Director of FARM. “With the generous support of our donors, events like this can take place. I’m particularly interested in this event since, as vegans, we’re often asked about the cruelty-free products and materials we use in our homes, and Deborah brings a wealth of experience in this regard. I know that attendees will learn a lot from this event.”
This event is for anyone who is interested in creating organic, optimal spaces, and sourcing vegan textiles and sustainable furniture that bear zero-to-low toxins and aims to simplify the process of removing inorganic, toxic, and animal sourced elements from their living and work spaces.
Space is limited. To register for this event, please visit farmusa.org/vegandesignevent.