Happy Earth Day!
We take much pride in seeking out products that are manufactured by environmentally responsible practices so that we, in turn, can offer these options to our customers. When you shop with us you'll find lots of products that feature soy-based sofa cushions, sustainably harvested and reclaimed woods, water-based stains, as well as natural and recycled materials. Here's a look at just a few eco-friendly furniture pieces we carry in honor of Earth Day.
The Sydney Collection
offers eco-friendly seat cushions made using a soy based poly foam, wrapped in regenerated fibers and encased in cotton ticking. Seat backs are filled with 100% recycled fibers and covered in a 100% cotton ticking.
headboard and footboard feature a unique basket weave design created from banana leaves!
The Calvin kitchen island
is constructed of reclaimed pine and finished in an eco-friendly water-based bleached finish.
Bamboo accessories for the home include this serving tray
and woven pots
A one of a kind piece for use as a table or decorative accent. The Truman
is an authentic refurbished factory cart made from vintage American timber. With natural wear and distressed finish, no two pieces are exactly alike.
These Pacifica tables
are constructed with a unique aged, reclaimed yellow pine wood, giving them a rustic textured finish. The Hadley sofa
collection is constructed of kiln-dried hardwood harvested from certified sustainable forests with eco-friendly cushion cores containing plant-based, renewable materials.
We not only have products that are USA made, but many that are made in New England. The Addison bed
for example is made right in Vermont. And buying local = less of a carbon footprint!
Our efforts don't stop with just the furniture we carry. Over the past 12 months we’ve recycled approximately 200 tons of plastic, paper and cardboard packing materials from our furniture as well as our stores. Here's a quick peek at our daily recycling.
And our office recycling is no joke. All stores are required to send back any recyclables on trucks coming back to the distribution center for processing in Stoughton.
Happy Earth Day Everyone!