Best for the Kitchen and Bath: EcoCulinary, Julien Sinks, Sterling Toilets

Products that will make your sustainable life more comfortable.

| September/October 2007

  • The Vintage 60th Anniversary Series 3530 sink, $2,075.
  • Sterling's Karsten Dual-Flush toilet. $250-$320 depending on color.
  • A set of four cups designed by Esque’s Justin Parker. $195 for the set.

Dig deeper into kitchen and bath supply companies to find products that benefit your family and the earth.

Guiltless glass

Esque Studio’s glass artisans make its sleek, modern Eco- and Delano-Esque lines of kitchen- and barware from recycled glass. The Portland, Oregon-based company supplies boutique retailers such as Anthropologie.

The artists recently moved into a new studio, bought wind-generated power from their local utility and installed two electric furnaces that run three to four times more efficiently than traditional gas furnaces. Esque also packs all its glass creations in biodegradable peanuts. (503) 289-6392

Chop chic

Using environmentally friendly cutting surfaces is a relatively inexpensive way to add a touch of green to your kitchen. Meraz and Associates of Chico, California, has developed a line of cutting boards made from PaperStone, a Forest Stewardship Council–certified composite made from 100 percent post-consumer recycled paper and non-petroleum-based resins.

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