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4 Green Things I’d Buy Right Now If I Could


A Michelle Kaufmann-designed Breezehouse, by Blu Homes. Do I really need to explain this one? OK. Simply put, it’s green, and it’s freaking gorgeous! Oh yeah. And it’s a house. That we would own. Sure beats an apartment…


EKLA Home Kristina sectional sofa: In the gray fabric shown, NOT bright green, of course. It is made of natural rubber, 100% organic U.S.-grown and -milled wool dyed with fiber reactive low-impact, non-toxic dye, 100% organic cotton barrier cloth, FSC-certified alder frame and legs, recycled steel springs and Safecoat no VOC stain. About as green as it gets.


Angela Adams Betty rug: Beside the fact that it is beautiful, it is handmade of 100% New Zealand wool with a 100% cotton backing, using natural latex adhesive. It is also Rugmark certified for being free of child labor. This one is made in India, and a portion of the proceeds from every rug sale is donated to the country where it was manufactured.


PUBLIC Bike. For now, any bike would do, but if I could have one of these beauties? I’d be in heaven!

What’s on your green wish list these days?

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