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Eco-friendly home furnishings

Product information on eco-friendly home furnishings, green design, environmental regulations, recycling techniques and sustainable forest resources.
  • Product of the Day: Groovystuff

    Groovystuff Moonshine Collection

    Color adds glamour to Groovystuff's traditionally rustic designs in the new Moonshine collection. More

  • Product of the Day: Bella-Dura

    Bella-Dura Pleats collection

    All fabrics that Bella-Dura uses, including the 3D-textured Pleats collection shown here, are environmentally responsible. They're 100% recyclable as well as stain-, spill- and bacteria-resistant. More

  • SFC hires Carl Davis Jr. to lead development efforts

    CHAPEL HILL, N.C. - The Sustainable Furnishings Council announced Carl Davis Jr. will lead the organization's development efforts in 2014. More

  • Product of the Day: Brown Jordan

    Brown Jordan Cloud fire pit

    The low-profile Cloud fire pit by Brown Jordan is an ideal outdoor centerpiece. It uses EcoSmart Fire technology requiring no utility connection, but rather clean-burning bioethanol for a smokeless fire experience. More

  • Energy Efficient

    There Are A Variety Of Reasons For constructing an energy efficient or "green" pool. Rising energy costs, global warming and cost savings are all part of the equation. More

  • Down To Earth

    Emerald green may be the Pantone color of the year, but it also represents an eco-friendly vibe. These items
    are made from repurposed materials or can be recycled after use, mixing aesthetics with an earth-minded approach.

  • Green & Glamorous

    From Birkenstocks To Orange Crate furniture, the persona of ecofriendly products has been seen as more about function than fl air. Over the history of outdoor sustainable furnishings, there also have been dull and design challenged periods, but today it is a segment full of fresh designs, vibrant colors and award-winning glamour. More

  • Groovystuff

    Eco-Friendly furniture specialist Groovy stuff unveiled more products while introducing student product designers from Auburn University at thismonth's High Point Market. More

  • Product of the Day: ProFire Grills

    ProFire Grills kamado

    Go kamado-style to sear, smoke or grill food. This grill from ProFire Grills includes a dual-action top vent along with eco-friendly bamboo handle and side shelves. More

  • Product of the Day: Poly-Wood

    Poly-Wood South Beach Ultimate Adirondack

    The South Beach Ultimate Adirondack by Poly-Wood, with hideaway ottoman for added comfort, is made from post-consumer milk and detergent bottles. The finished product contains more than 90% of recycled plastic by weight. More

  • Product of the Day: Parasoleil

    Parasoleil Mission perforated panel

    These custom perforated panels by Parasoleil - shown here in the Mission pattern - use 95% recycled copper and low VOC (volatile organic compounds) powder coatings which add to the LEED points of building green. More

  • Meghan Wilson wins Groovystuff market contest


    DALLAS - Auburn University student Meghan Wilson's design won the popular vote in the Groovystuff by Design: Connecting Education with Industry Challenge during the October High Point Market. More

High Point Videos

Kannoa video at market

Join Editorial Director Vicky Jarrett as she interviews exhibitors and attendees about trends and issues at the High Point Market. See the videos!