Everybody's Ayurveda Expands Home Decor Line

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CHARLESTON, S.C.-Everybody's Ayurveda, the Ayurvedic lifestyle brand, is significantly expanding its Soulveda home decor collection during the summer markets, beginning with the Dallas Total Home & Gift Market this week.

Featuring products that are globally inspired and designed to promote wellness, the expanded line encompasses more than 100 home decor designs made from natural materials such as mango wood, soapstone and iron. Multi?functional decor formats include furniture accents such as mango wood trunks, sideboards, cabinets, nesting tables, foot stools, storage boxes and folding screens; mirrors with shelves; iron and glass hanging lamps and lanterns; fountains; wall accents and more. It is offered exclusively to independent retailers.

Ayurveda is about living in harmony with the environment and choosing natural products, free from chemical solvents and impurities. Each product is designed so it can be repurposed to help reduce post?consumer waste.

"As health and wellness continue to grow in importance in mainstream daily living, gift giving and decorating, the demand for Ayurvedic products continues to grow," said Maura Utley, president of Everybody's Ayurveda LLC. "As awareness and a commitment to wellness and green living flourishes, we are thrilled to provide more Soulveda home decor designs."

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