ISSUE 91  |  The Nonchalant Kitchen

Eco-Friendly Kitchen Style from Mr. and Mrs. P.

September 23, 2013 11:00 AM

BY Justine Hand

Musing over coffee one Sunday morning, Evan and Paola Parsons dreamed of a shop that would reflect their passion for sustainable style. And thus Mr. and Mrs. P. was born. In their shop, Mr. and Mrs. P sell only items that are either local, homemade, and/or eco-friendly. And what’s more, these modestly priced wares wont break the bank.

Above: A set of four 100 Percent Chambray Cotton Napkins are hand-dyed in a subtle shade of sunset: $24.

Above: The hand-dyed napkins also come in gray and pale sea: $24.

Above: Made from sustainably cultivated bamboo, Mr. and Mrs. P.’s colander is 100 percent biodegradable; $9 for the large size.

Above: The bamboo colander also comes in a Small size that is perfect for washing berries; $7.

Above: Made exclusively for Mr. and Mrs. P., this set of Six Paint-Dipped Clothespins features two each of sunset, sea, and milk; $4.

Above: Similar to the colanders, the clothespins are made from eco-friendly bamboo and are dyed with non-toxic paint.

Above: Like the colander, Mr. and Mrs P.’s durable yet graceful Compressed Bamboo Bowl goes right from mixing to serving; $8. Shown here with with a Hand-Dipped Mixing Spoon in sunset: $18 for a set of two.

Above: The classic yet modern Mixing Bowls are also available in a set of three; $16.

Above: An earthy yet elegant addition to your bar, Mr. and Mrs. P.’s Wooden Muddler is $8.

Above: A detail of the muddler highlights the texture of the grain.

Do you share Mr. and Mrs. P.’s passion for sustainable style? We do. See all our favorite Eco-Friendly Designs.