Room by Room: Green Products for the Kitchen and Dining Room
Aim for health and durability in the heart of your home.
Sure, these Eazistore pans are from our own product line, but we love them for their recycled content (more than 50 percent recycled stainless steel) and space-saving, stackable design.
By Etsy artists BootsNGus, Upcycled Hanging Baskets made of vintage Bundt pans help clear counter space and make cool planters.
Photo Courtesy BootsNGus
Store homemade herbal oils and vinegars in a shapely, airtight recycled glass bottle.
Photo Courtesy Surla Table
A nod to old-world craftsmanship, the Veggie & Herb Chopper is handforged of recycled steel by Alabama artist Al Stephens.
Photo Courtesy Uncommon Goods
Etsy artisan ohlittlerabbit specializes in playful textiles with adorable, handprinted designs—such as this handsome green bunny on organic cotton fabric.
Photo Courtesy ohlittlerabbit
Made of reclaimed pine floorboards from a Wisconsin schoolhouse, the heirloom-quality School House Plank Dining Table is handcrafted in the United States.
Photo Courtesy Sundance
The Joinery in Portland, Oregon, handcrafts furniture that’s built to last, using age-old building techniques and local FSC-certified woods. Each heritage Celilo Stool is signed by its builder and comes with a lifetime guarantee.
Photo Courtesy The Joinery
Keep plastic chemicals away from your food and out of your kitchen. Made in the United States with BPA-free lids, the True Seal 10 Piece Glass Storage Set is microwave- and dishwasher-safe.
Photo Courtesy Moss Envy
Sturdy yet delicately luminescent—and 100 percent recycled glass—the Serene Sol Dinnerware collection serves up style.
Photo Courtesy VivaTerra
Colorful, dimpled recycled-glass drinkware is perfect to mix and match for unpretentious style.