This is EcoBedroom's most popular mattress—a blend of organic cotton with natural wool that contains no toxins, formaldehyde, pesticides, VOCs, or chemicals. It is available in three firmness options.
Lifekind's most economical organic mattress, it is made with a combination of organic cotton and pure wool. Lifekind says that its mattresses are made in the only organic mattress factory in North America with third-party-certification.
This Royal Pedics handcrafted, organic cotton mattress is made with handpicked, 100 percent organic cotton and has an orthopedic firm feel. It does not contain chemical flame retardants or wool so you will need a doctor's prescription to order.
The Organic Serenity mattress is SavvyRest's most popular model. It's made with three 3-inch layers of natural latex and measures about 10 inches high with its quilted casing. You can order the mattress to feel very soft, very firm, or anywhere in between.
Made from FSC-certified wood (oak, cherry, or walnut), this table can be finished in one of four colors with natural Danish oil. It has clean, simple lines and can be purchased with matching chairs.
This Shaker-style table can either be made with a fixed top or as an extension table. Much of Copeland's furniture is FSC-certified and is finished with low-VOC stains. The company also attempts to reduce packaging whenever possible.
Reforest Teak’s Costa Rican plantations are FSC-certified and all profits from the company's furniture go to ecological reforestation work in Central America. This contemporary table can be ordered with a glass or teak top.
The fine folks at Happy Planet carry organic cotton sheets, pillows, mattresses, and bedframes, as well as total bookcases, dressers, and cribs. They're made from sustainably-harvested wood and nontoxic finishes.
This futon couch comes in three low-VOC colors: cinnamon, clear, or dark oak. It’s made in the US from sustainable grown ash, certified organic cotton, natural rubber foam, and all finishes are formaldehyde-free.
A list of carpets certified to the California Platinum and Gold Standards that meet California’s Environmentally Preferable Purchasing (EPP) requirements.
Rugmark is concerned with child-labor abuses in the imported rug industry and randomly inspects the looms of companies that agree to employ only adults. The Rugmark label is sewn into each certified rug.
Built from recycled, post-consumer bottle waste, this plastic lumber rocking chair is durable and low-maintenance. Spill baby food on it? No problem, just wipe it clean. And when you’re done raising baby, you can move it outdoors where it’ll withstand even the worst weather conditions.
Perfect for the kids’ rooms or for watching TV, these beanbag-style chairs are made with 100 percent recycled polyester fiberfill, keeping about 170 soda bottles out of landfills. They’re washable and hypoallergenic, too.
Made of 80 percent recycled aluminum, 40 percent of which is post-consumer and 40 percent industrial recycled material. Their chairs come in many styles, including armchairs and stools, some with cushioned seats.
Made from 50 percent recycled materials, these seating options are also 100 percent recyclable. Not intended to be disposable, these furniture pieces are meant for long-term use, taking on a unique look over time as you wear them in.
Since the decline in demand for coconut oils and building materials, many older trees have died and are being cleared for other crops. Pacific Green uses these dead trees to make a variety of furniture, including dining chairs, lounge chairs, chairs, and tables.
Always wanted a four-post bed? Now’s your chance with the stylish, eco-friendly bamboo version. Can be finished in a variety of Danish Tung Oils and comes easily disassembled for simple storage or relocation.
With a huge assortment of colors to choose from, you’re sure to find one that fits your bedroom. This rattan bed comes in most standard bed sizes and can be purchased with matching chairs and tables.
This solid bed is constructed of Plyboo (bamboo plywood) and is virtually formaldehyde-free. It ships flat and is easily assembled. Comes in twin, twin XL, queen, full, king, or cal king and can be ordered with matching nightstands.
Choose from FSC-certified Maple or Plyboo for this simply-styled bed. It’s finished with natural Osmo hard wax oil or milk paint in green, red, black, or white, making it a low-emissions option, too.
Made with an interesting combination of FSC-certified walnut, bamboo, and some reclaimed wood, this bed is simply designed and stylish. It is finished with hand-rubbed oil and comes in full size only.
This group matches donations of business and household items, including clothes, with the wish-lists of nearby nonprofits that can pick up items or will accept drop-offs. It operates in the US, Canada, and beyond.
Goodwill sells donated goods in more than 2,000 retail stores. As of 2006, Goodwill stores had sold more than 2 million items received from more than 58 million donors.
Donate your used couch or waste materials to a Habitat ReStore in your area. These outlets, located nationwide, sell used and surplus building materials and other items at discount prices. Proceeds help fund construction of Habitat houses.
Known worldwide, The Salvation Army helped more than 33 million people in 2004. Of each dollar spent by this organization, 83 cents is used to furnish direct aid to people. Each donated item sold at The Salvation Army's thrift stores goes toward its adult addiction recovery programs.
Nature's Carpets are made from 100 percent pure wool, have ultra-low toxicity, and are completely biodegradable. The backing is made of jute and the whole lot is held in place with natural latex rubber.
EarthWeave Carpets are constructed from natural wool, hemp, cotton, jute, and natural adhesives. The wool is never dyed (it comes in it's natural hues) and comes sans chemicals treatments.
EcoChoices offers a variety of wall to wall carpeting and rugs made from 100 percent pure wool or 100 percent organic cotton. Features include natural dyes, chemical-free construction, and natural rubber adhesives.
Merida Meridian crafts beautiful woven floor coverings made from sisal, jute, wool, paper, and abaca, a plant that's related to bananas and purported to be one of the strongest plant fibers around.
This company's Boucle Collection made of 100 percent sisal with a small tight weave for a long-wearing and durable rug. Also available are rugs made from seagrass, wool, and mountain grass. Rugs are available in seven binding options.