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The Green House Effect

The Green House Effect

Issue 57 June 2009

Transform your home into a green haven with eco-friendly furnishings this season. With stores full of cutting-edge designs, you're sure to find the ideal place to compliment your ethical home. Mariam Mahir selects items to give your home a green glaze with style.

 

 

 TETRIS CHROMATIC

Customise shelving to suit your space with your very own giant Tetris shelf unit. Made with lightweight sustainable wood, it's a real green gem!

From Supermarket

 

 

 TWISTED MODERNISM

Give your home a contemporary kink with this coffee table made from birch plywood using a modern technique that minimises waste materials and cost.

From The Greenhaus

 

 

SPIKY SEATING

This spiky creation is made from ash wood certified by the Forest Stewardship Council. A balance between creative freedon and eco awareness, it's a statement piece that makes a difference.

From the Greenhaus

 

 

A FRUITY ARRANGEMENT

This vibrant bowl made from flexible recycled metal and wood is designed by Columbian designer Luis Caicedo famous for combining humour, modern eco living and traditional craftmanship.

From Supermarket

 

TETRIS TRENDY

This version of the Tetrad Shelving is a combination of amber and blonde bamboo treated with organic herbal oil.

From Supermarket

 

 

 

TOTEM STOOL

This green-friendly stool is made from straw board and processed in an ethical manner.

 From The Greenhaus

WASTE NOT WANT NOT!

Recreating the complexity of nature, this daybed is made from recycled polythene to produce a modern eco creation.

From PE studio

 




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2 Dec 10, 14:08

Eco friendly furniture are perfect to make your home green. Sectional sofas Eco is often used to describe a range of related ideas, from environmentally friendly technological advances to socially acceptable innovative paths towards sustainability.

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