Jessica Mischner

 

Jessica Mischner began her editorial career at Food & Wine magazine. From there she moved to Plenty magazine, a former eco-lifestyle publication, where she held both Associate Editor and Senior Editor positions. At Plenty, Jessica developed and edited the Living section, including DIY, food, home, and style coverage; oversaw home, style, and outdoor markets; produced the annual gift guide; and managed a team of bloggers and writers. Currently, she is the editor of WedVert, the leading green weddings site. Jessica has appeared on The TODAY Show, Fox & Friends, CBS’s The Early Show, New York 1, CW 11, WNBC, and Planet Green to discuss issues ranging from sustainable style and travel to green business and tips for everyday living. Her work has been featured in print and online publications, including Good, Gourmet, Grist, Food & Wine, Plenty, and Tasting Table. A native of South Carolina, Jessica lives in New York City with her husband Will.

Jessica Mischner
INTERVIEW: Designer Hugh Hayden and His Amazing Recycled Tennis Ball Furniture

INTERVIEW: Designer Hugh Hayden and His Amazing Recycled Tennis Ball Furniture

We love being on hand for spring design shows because they offer rare up close and personal access to the designers we mostly admire from afar the rest of the year. Last year, we were fortunate

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Paro Robo-Seals to the Rescue!

Paro Robo-Seals to the Rescue!

Animal therapy is nothing new in the medical community--it's been proven to aid in mental and social stimulation among sick and elderly patients--but can a robotic animal actually improve

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Graypants Twice Recycled Scrap Cardboard Lights

Graypants Twice Recycled Scrap Cardboard Lights

Made from stacked rings of corrugated cardboard, Graypants' pendant Scrap Lights (which we've long admired) are a prime example of the transformative power of good design. The ceiling lamps'

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Green Coup d’Grace Media Console by Object Interiors

Green Coup d’Grace Media Console by Object Interiors

Extraordinary green designers Object Interiors unveiled their new Live Earth collection at this year's BKLYN Designs, and we were particularly struck by their Coup d'Grace Media Console (such a

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Cardboard Safari: Peace, Love, and Taxidermy

Cardboard Safari: Peace, Love, and Taxidermy

If you're looking for some tongue-in-cheek, slightly ironic wall decoration, look no farther than Cardboard Safari. The Charlottesville–based e-tailer draws inspiration from nature and relies

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Argington’s New Collection is the Stuff of Dreams

Argington’s New Collection is the Stuff of Dreams

Most people view bunk beds with fondness and a sense of nostalgia. But when we spied Argington's awesome new collection of kids' furniture, which included a one-of-a-kind bamboo version of their

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EcoSpheres: Self-Contained Mini Worlds Encased in Glass

EcoSpheres: Self-Contained Mini Worlds Encased in Glass

More than just beautiful works of art, EcoSpheres offer a glimpse into life on earth and reveal the interdependence of plant and animal life with the most precious of all resources, water.

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Ecosystems BADA Table Transforms Into a Love-Seat

Ecosystems BADA Table Transforms Into a Love-Seat

We viewed dozens of innovative, noteworthy designs at BKLYN Designs last week. In fact, we were so blown away by the caliber of work we encountered that we wondered how we’d EVER single out 5

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BKLYN DESIGNS SNEAK PEEK: Argington Toy Box

BKLYN DESIGNS SNEAK PEEK: Argington Toy Box

Brooklyn Designs is one of our favorite design shows, and one reason why is that it boasts an amazing array of eco-friendly kids' furniture. Today, we've been fortunate enough to sneak a peek at

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BKLYN Designs Sneak Peek: Uhuru Designs

BKLYN Designs Sneak Peek: Uhuru Designs

Lots of up-and-coming and established designers will present new collections at BKLYN Designs this weekend, and we don’t want to miss a single, solitary piece of work—which is why we love

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Planter Wall Tiles Breathe Life into a Room—Literally

Planter Wall Tiles Breathe Life into a Room—Literally

Made from recycled materials, Maruja Fuentes’ green pockets give new meaning to the term “houseplant.” Spotted at the 2009 Milan Furniture Fair, the super-cool ceramic tiles attach to any

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TIME Style & Design Honors Inhabitat

TIME Style & Design Honors Inhabitat

At Inhabitat, we often look to other media and news outlets for information, inspiration and, of course, entertainment. Bloggers and journalists are a community we love being a part of, which is

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Earth Day Heard Round the Web

Earth Day Heard Round the Web

You only have to look as far as our editors’ own musings to know that Earth Day is a polarizing concept. But whether you think it’s a celebration-worthy environmental milestone or a trumped

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Bendant Customizable Pendant Lamp

Bendant Customizable Pendant Lamp

So we know MIO’s Bendant chandelier has been around for a while, but like all good things, it’s worth revisiting—especially now, when embracing well designed, American-made products is

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An Urban Paradise for the Lower East Side Girls Club

An Urban Paradise for the Lower East Side Girls Club

Though New York City’s real estate climate is anything but sunny, this year, the Lower East Side Girls Club (in partnership with the Dermot Company, a high-profile local developer) will break

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