This week is a good one for green decorators who’d like to save some money without sacrificing their conscience.
Environment Furniture is available at Gilt Groupe for up to 50% off. Unlike a lot of furniture that claims to be sustainable, this is the real deal. These are high-quality pieces that can easily become heirlooms that you pass down to your children or grandchildren. Their prices reflect that quality, and this is a great opportunity to save on these big ticket items. You’ll find sofas, bedroom furniture, dining tables, coffee and end tables, chairs and more, all made of sustainable materials.
Why It’s Green: Made of sustainable materials like reclaimed wood and textiles. One hundred percent of the peroba used by Environment Furniture is reclaimed from homes, industrial buildings, barns and other structures that are abandoned or scheduled to be torn down. Vintage military tents find new life as durable cotton canvas for high-style upholstery. This sale ends on March 5 at midnight EST.
Price: $435-2399 (down from $795-3795)
Building a nursery? You’ll be happy to learn that Nurseryworks’ gorgeous furniture is available for up to 25% off. The sale includes rockers, cribs, changing tables and storage pieces. And because you also need a comfortable surface for your baby to sleep, Nook’s innovative, organic cotton crib mattresses and bedding is also available, for up to 65% off. These sales end on March 4 at noon EST.
Why It’s Green: Nurseryworks furniture is made of MDF and Paulownia wood with low-VOC finishes, lacquers, and glues. MDF is Grade EO, which offers very minimal offgassing. Paulownia wood is a fast-growing, fire and decay-resistant hardwood species. Nook’s mattresses and bedding and made of a combination of eucalyptus fiber, organic cotton, organic wool and natural latex.
Gaiam is offering a special deal on their new organic cotton towel set. The set includes a bath towel, hand towel and washcloth, and it is available in 9 colors. The set is just $24, 50% off the regular price.