Table

7 ways to Green Your Table

GreenYour lays it all out on the table when it comes to making eco-sensible furnishing choices. Whatever type of table you're in the market for—coffee, side, end, or dining—start your search by considering models made with sustainably harvested wood and recycled and renewable materials. Going the vintage route? Scour secondhand furnishings.

  1. Buy a table made of FSC-certified wood

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    Sustainable tables for sustainable meals and entertaining.

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  2. Buy a reclaimed or recycled content table

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    Get your glass bottles back in the form of a table? Yes!

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  3. Choose a rapidly renewable table

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    Hop on the bamboo train and head into stylish, sustainable furniture-land.

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  4. Opt for a low-VOC table

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    Keep your indoor air pollution low by opting for these low-toxicity tables.

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  5. Opt for used furniture

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    Make the switch to vintage to cut your resource use, avoid off-gassing chems, keep furniture from landfills, and save money.

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  6. Recycle your used furniture

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    Replacing your well-used table and chairs? Be sure to recycle it, if possible, by salvaging the wood and metal for other purposes to be used around the house or sent to a recycling facility.

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  7. Make your own furniture polish

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    Homemade furniture polish can be made easily with products like lemon juice and vinegar, and reduces the need for commercial varnishes, which typically contain VOCs.

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