If you're looking to spruce up your home with the hottest sustainable, responsibly made products (or if you just want to see some eco eye candy) check out our picks for the latest and greatest green home wares. Replenish is a non-toxic cleaner shipped in super concentrated pods that can be snapped into a reusable bottle and mixed with water, significantly cutting down on shipping weight and material use. According to the green company, the cleaner is so pure you can even drink it! But please don't.
These delicate, leaf-shaped dishes are the work of Nao Tamura and play upon the age old tradition of wrapping food in leaves. Each one is made from silica sand, making it flexible, stackable and roll-uppable!
Composed of 15 spinning globes, this incredible chandelier would be a powerful statement piece for any room. The other"world"ly fixture is made of repurposed desk globes outfitted with lights.
If you're a sucker for antique looking items infused with new technology, check out these super fun Boom Cases. Made from old suitcases, they hide speakers that can play music from any mp3 player.
Think all eco-friendly pillows need to be hempy and boring? Check out these cushions made of recycled plastic bottle fabric - they're styled to look like giant Scrabble tiles!
—written by Yuka Yoneda
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