28
Nov

Wellness Within Your Walls Certified Show Houses

slide4-logoIt’s show house season, and at Wellness Within Your Walls, we’re thrilled to be part of several fabulous upcoming ones. We’ll share lots more info later, but here’s the basics.

Wellness Within Your Walls is proud to celebrate our role as the Healthy Home Environment team member for The New American Home 2017 and New American Remodeled Home 2017, which are a much loved annual offering at the National Association of Home Builders International Builders’ Show in January. This years show is in Orlando, and both houses are located in the Lake Nona Golf and Country Club community. We’re loving that we have such a visible opportunity to show that building a home with reduced toxins is achievable.

We’re also playing a major role in two other upcoming show houses, the Organic Life House at Serenbe, in Chattahoochee Hills, GA and the ABC Green Home 3.0 for Habitat for Humanity, in Fullerton, CA, sponsored by Green Home magazine.

All of these houses will be officially designated as Wellness Within Your Homes certified residences.

Check back in at the blog for more information, and if you’re near one of these houses, please check them out in person to see just how beautiful and healthy a WWYW certified house can be!

8
Nov

“Healthy, Sustainable Design” Seminar

Healthy, Sustainable DesignCalling all interior professionals—including architects, interior designers, building contractors and students—in the Southeast (or further if you’d like to visit beautiful north Georgia!) who want to learn more about healthy and sustainable design. The Campaign for Wool (the recipient of the patronage of Prince Charles-HRH, The Prince of Wales) is is presenting a day-long continuing education seminar called Healthy, Sustainable Design, at the Booth Western Art Museum in Cartersville, Georgia on November 11.

Wellness Within Your Walls founder Jillian Pritchard Cooke will be presenting the first of the four WWYW courses, an overview of the WWYW program.

Also included are two additional CEU courses, Dyed in the Wool-Wool in the Built Environment , and Energy Efficiency in Historic Structures, as well as tours of the museum and historic houses in town. Tickets and more information.