A Higher Consciousness: 10 Green Products for the Home

As we enter an era in which sustainability is a very big deal, design is catching up with the consciousness that’s been preceding it for several generations.  A decade or two ago, it was nearly untenable to find green products of any sort that were even remotely aesthetically pleasing, but these days, a visual taste test between the extremes is a tough challenge to master.  Thankfully, taking care of the earth no longer means looking like we’ve just bathed in it.  On the contrary: some of the most cutting-edge design and architecture today is also some of the greenest.  We’ll raise a wheatgrass shot to that for sure, man.

wine hive

Recycled Aluminum WineHive by John Paulick

 

 

eco friendly sofa

Bubble Club Sofa from Eco First Art

 

 

electric moss table

Electricity-Generating Biophotovoltaic Moss Table

 

 

garden in a bag

Garden-in-a-Bag by Potting Shed Creations

 

 

Hemingway bookshelf

Hemingway Bookshelf by LDK Design

 

 

rugs made from recycled bottles

Michelle Mason’s Recycled Bottles Rosseta Rug

 

 

green storage table

Mushiki Modular Storage Cabinet

 

 

glass terrarium

Recycled Glass Terrarium by Sprout

 

 

sustainable bamboo chairs

Sustainable Bamboo Chairs from Modern Bamboo

 

 

windowsill grow box

Windowsill Grow Box from Sprout

 

 

Garden-in-a-Bag, Terrarium and Windowsill Grow Box found at SHFT.com.