Mother Earth Living


Decorating Your Natural Home: A Guide to Sustainable Home Furnishings

Follow these tips when shopping for sustainable materials for your home.



This nontoxic bedroom is decorated with Anna Sova's healthy wall finishes; the Doona Bed is made of eco-silk.
Photo by Andrew Vracin
The walls in this Tokyo home are colored with nontoxic Old-Fashioned Milk Paint.
Olympic Paint’s diverse color palette
Innovations offers a variety of ethereal wallcovers, such as the Murano
Innovations offers a variety of ethereal wallcovers, such as the Murano (left) and Mulberry (right) lines.
Pittsburgh Paints makes a line of low-VOC interior paints.
Vetrazzo countertops by Counter Production incorporate recycled glass into a concrete base.
White Lotus offers 100 percent lamb’s wool duvets and pillows filled with wool, organic cotton, buckwheat or kapok.
Ogallala Comfort Company pillows are available in “Hypodown,” feather and wool.
Pacific Coast Feather’s SuperLoft Comforter offers an allergy-free warranty.
Tulikivi offers soapstone countertops.
Vetrazzo countertops by Counter Production incorporate recycled glass into a concrete base.
Recycled-glass tiles by Eco-Friendly Flooring.
The walls in this Tokyo home are colored with nontoxic Old-Fashioned Milk Paint.
Flor offers a variety of patterns in its healthy carpet line.
Dodge-Regupol has 100 percent natural cork non-laminate tiles.
Eco-Friendly Flooring offers both cork flooring and natural slate tiles.

















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