Photo Gallery: Eco-Friendly Products
Celebrate Earth Month with eco-chic housewares.
Recycled glass takes an artfully imperfect shape in these beautiful vases. Aqua and citrine hues make them perfect for spring and summer. Place them anywhere where the translucent glass will catch the light, light a window ledge.
Add colour and pattern to a place setting with these fun, geometric placemats. Each one is made with linen, a textile made from the fibres of the flax plant, and low-impact dyes. They contain no toxic substances and are manufactured using eco-friendly laundering methods.
Kimberley Jackson designs are handmade in Ontario using salvaged wood from old buildings and barns scheduled for demolition. The refurbished, hand-painted finish on this mirror gives it a French country look.
These striped hand towels are made from 100% hand-woven Ethiopian cotton and would be perfect in the kitchen. Creative Women works with women in textile studios around the world to promote equitable trading practices and sustainable local economies.
The thick, beveled top of this coffee table is crafted using solid FSC-Certified ash wood, in support of responsible forest management.
Peace Industry rugs are made in small batches in Turkey from 100% lamb’s wool and natural dyes. They are chemical-free and fair trade.
Handmade in Ontario, Urban Tree Salvage uses lumber from dismantled barns and buildings in Ontario to create one-of-a-kind creations, like these rustic coat racks. Perfect for a country-style entryway or mudroom.
This copper vertical herb garden would not only look stunning in a kitchen, but offers a space-saving way to grow your own herbs and eat locally, reducing your carbon foot print.
These salad servers are the perfect addition to a summer barbecue. Their bright tangerine colour and eco-friendly bamboo material make them a must-have.
Eliminate plastic water bottle waste by using a filtration system at home or at the office. This stylish new stainless steel model from Brita is pretty enough to leave on the countertop!