Here at In2Green, we always look for the opportunity to support other like-minded, eco-friendly organizations. That’s why we are excited to partner with the American Littoral Society, a non-profit group that promotes the study and conservation of marine life, protects the coast from harm, and empowers others to do the same. It's a perfect fit for us because our indoor/outdoor throw collection is made from 78+ recycled, plastic bottles that may well have ended up in the ocean or as beach trash. We’re very proud of our proprietary yarn made from the recycled bottles, which makes them not only quick-drying and fade-resistant, but good for the planet. During 2021, we are supporting the New York State Beach Cleanups, during which the American Littoral...
Brands will be increasingly moving away from working with virgin materials to upcycle second-generation products—an idea that in2green has been pursuing since its launch over a decade ago. Founders Stefanie Zeldin and Lori Slater are committed to pursuing the highest quality products made in a sustainable way with a thoughtful footprint through working with only products that are made from other products.
The holiday season is the time to give our families and friends gifts that exude the warmth and love we share with them, and sometimes that means giving a really wow gift. By creating your own gift basket including throws, pillows, stylish eco-friendly ponchos, and scarves, you can truly give a memorable gift this holiday season. We are dedicated to being an eco-friendly and ethical business, one that values sustainability and eco-consciousness, which makes our pieces perfect for the green-minded person on your list. Consider putting together a “bundle” of some of our amazing products for your friend or loved one this holiday season. Below are a few examples of combinations that would delight any recipient.
In2green Photoshoot Diary: Finding the perfect setting to shoot our sustainable Equestrian Collection had us searching rural locations from New England to the Midwest, but once we discovered Virginia’s 2,500-acre Oxbow Farm, we knew we’d found our dream backdrop.
As we start to crawl out of our winter hibernation, it’s time to make some seasonal changes to the home. One of the first steps is switching out those heavy, down comforters and thick knitted throws for their lighter and loftier cousins. Spring knits are just as cozy, but with an added versatility that comes with more delicate materials and stitching