Nestle in this winter in sustainable style.
Fire & Water's Fibonacci table lamp illuminates with elegant design-and it's Energy Star compliant. The spiral lampshade is created from process- chlorine-free and recycled paper finished with salvaged wood veneer. $775. Available through Vivavi; (866) 848-2840.
Traditional Japanese Ofuro tubs are smaller than today's jetted fiberglass soaking tubs and use less water. SeaOtter WoodWorks in Haines, Alaska, makes tubs from sustainably harvested Western Red, Alaskan Yellow and Port Orford cedar. From $2,000 to $5,800. (888) 810-7717.
Greener Lifestyles' Hect chair, an earth-friendly, contemporary version of the classic easy chair, is made from Forest Stewardship Council-certified wood and natural rubber latex. It's upholstered with a blend of organic cotton and organic hemp. Available in a variety of colors. $650 plus shipping. (888) 220-6020.
The weavers at Oregon's Singing Falls Ranch make these exquisite mohair throws from yarn provided by their own Angora goat herd. Shown here, the "Young Lovers Knot" throw. $425.
Village co-op artisans in Bali are paid a living wage to make these celadon-colored Om teapots and cups, which are packaged in handwoven bamboo baskets. $70 for teapot and two cups. Available through Global Exchange of San Francisco. (800) 505-4410.
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