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Jessica Alba Goes Eco-Friendly With ‘Vintage’ Furniture

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Jessica Alba, American actress and entrepreneur, is not your typical Hollywood celebrity living in the lap of luxury and buying extravagant items as often as the average person breathes air.

Alba admits to forgoing new items for her home and surfing Craigslist for more earth-friendly décor. The down-to-earth starlet told Redbook magazine, “I bought my hot pink desk off Craigslist. I have a problem. I love vintage furniture, and refurbishing is one of the most eco things you can do. I also got a couple of cool chairs and Danish mid-century credenzas off of Craigslist.”

The Honest Company, an eco-friendly, non-toxic line of baby and household products, is the brainchild of the 32 year-old health and earth conscious actress. “Without our health, without our planet – we have nothing. It’s serious business and we’re in the business of making it better,” says the company’s website. Alba is dedicated to creating personal and household products that are safe for you, your family and the planet.

We love that Alba lives and breathes her commitment to an eco-friendly lifestyle in her business and her personal life, and we are sure her home is as beautiful as she is, inside and out.

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VIA Mail Online

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