Posts Tagged ‘sofa’

Picture 2With one of their showrooms down the street from my apartment, Environment Furniture has been an orGLAMic fave for quite some time.  Now with their Exchange for Change Sofa Project, it just may be time to pony up and replace my old sofa with a sustainable alternative.  (Of course, it is NOT eco-friendly to dispose of perfectly good furniture just for the fun of it!)  Environment Furniture is now offering 25% off their sofas and will pick up your used sofa free of charge.  The Studio Sofa with Peroba Arms, pictured above, would be my orGLAMic choice.  Made of linen and recycled canvas, the sleek lines would go perfectly in my modern living room.  Click here to browse the entire sustainable furniture collection.

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Pottery Barn


Pottery Barn’s Botanica collection is the latest to offer eco-friendly furniture on a budget, and we here at orGLAMic couldn’t be happier.  Everything was thought of in the creation of the sofa shown above.  It is framed in durable kiln-dried FSC wood, the springs are made of recycled steel covered in protective burlap, and the cushions are made of a blend of down, feathers, and fiber from recycled plastic bottles encased in a 100% unbleached cotton ticking. The sofa is available in three orGLAMic colors, all in organic cotton faille upholstery (walnut, pictured above, is my favorite).

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Q Collection is a furniture line that is concerned with making furnishings that are “better for you, your home, and our planet,” and they manage to accomplish their goals and not sacrifice good taste.  Their furniture is made of only natural, non-toxic materials that are designed for superior air quality, and they only use FSC (Forest Stewerdship Certified) wood and biodegradable materials.Having been on the hunt for the perfect sofa – modern and sleek but still comfortable enough to curl up to a movie on – I was thrilled to come across the Emily Sofa (pictured above).  Browse the eco-friendly furniture, fabrics, and accessories by clicking here.

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