lipcovered in hemp, the Montego Sofa has a sustainable wood frame, soy seat cushions and back cushions made of 100 percent recycled post-consumer fibers.
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Made of 40 percent post-industrial recycled content, the Souk Chic Rug Set includes six tiles (one shown)—each with a unique pattern—you can arrange in myriad ways.
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These Belgian Linen/Organic Cotton Drapery Panels are made with fair labor practices and contain no formaldehyde, bleaches or heavy metal dyes.
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Artisans in Chamblee, Georgia, piece together colorful, weathered strips of salvaged wood to create the 30-inch Sunburst Mirror.
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Rock the Kasbah Coffee Table in your living room—it’s made of reclaimed wood planks!
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Pigeon Toe Ceramics’ Hanging Test Tube Vases are fired in a kiln powered by renewable energy, then finished with lead-free glaze.
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This rustic Recycled Nested Table Set is crafted from reclaimed railway ties and sturdy iron frames.
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Lights Up! offers fabric lamp shades made of recycled soda bottles in 15 fun patterns. We like the Faux Bois Light shade paired with the Oscar Boudoir base (Grass shown).
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Cisco Brothers’ Betula Chaise is handcrafted using FSC-certified hardwood, jute webbing, biodegradable rubber latex foam cushions, and no fire retardants (Bristol Linen shown).
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Inspired by a 19th-century illustration, this Elephant Mini Cushion is one of more than 40 animal designs (everything from terriers and kittens to lynx and gorillas) made of organic cotton.
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