It’s no secret that I’m a bit granola…. OK, you caught me, I’m super crunchy. I love to eat foods from the Earth, I love to walk everywhere, I clean my house with baking soda & vinegar, and I love to leave as small a footprint as I can. Enter natural building.. what the whatttttt? Yes, even the homes that we live in use materials that are the product of energy intensive processing. Just think about all of the wood, steel, cement, power, coal,
plastic PLASTIC (yes, I’m yelling at you!), and let’s not forget those high polluting trucks we drive behind on freeways, coughing out black smoke… However, it is virtually impossible to build a home with zero environmental impact, but we can start to open up the idea of using renewable or recycled materials to create abodes that are functional while reducing waste.
Kelly & Bryce are 2 artisans that are doing just that. They met in the desert, Slab City to be exact, fell in love, went to Mexico, got married in Ojai on a beautiful farm where they farmed their food & started Dreamweavers Collective.
The Dreamweavers Collective aims to inspire, create & share what they have found to be beautiful and meaningful.