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Guest Picks: The Eco Haven
In warm and earth-inspired hues, these organic, recycled and vintage pieces and curiosities soften the lines of your modern abode while also softening your impact on the planet. — Eva from Monkey in Los Angeles
Made from reclaimed wood, this mirror makes for an organically bold addition to any wall.
Simple and modern, this organic bedding adds a graphic and global ikat twist to your sleeping space.
Set next to other meaningful treasures, this frame will cradle a photo with a rustic and charming simplicity.
Made from sustainable felt to benefit the YWCA Women's Shelter of Portland, this vase is a striking balance between geometric lines and organic material.
A former antique rug turned pillow, this piece is punchy and vibrant — perfect as an accent to a natural palette.
Made from FSC-certified walnut, these retro-meets-nature end tables are both spunky and unique.
Mason jars make for vintage-inspired lighting that adds a soft glow to any room.
These ethically-made rope canisters are sweet hold-alls for the bathroom, fit for cotton balls and other small things.
Ever so soft and colored from biodegradable dyes, this throw is perfect for a cozy autumn afternoon spent reading.
For that midnight glass of water, these tumblers are functional, recycled and are made by the Aid to Artisans program. Drink up!
One-of-a-kind and handmade in Zamibia, these rugs warm up a space with vivid hues. All profits go back to the artisan and her community.
This woven palm basket made from fair trade materials is a natural and neat holder for laundry.
Birch candle holders light up a fall table with warmth and texture.
This vintage lithograph is a charming work of art with hues of topaz and amber.
Crafted out of recycled canvas and leather, these trunks make for handsome storage containers in any room.
Organic towels in warm colors of rust and azure add a welcoming touch to your bathroom, while being useful and planet-friendly.
Each original and unique, these antique water buckets can hold anything from books to plants.
These recycled glass terrariums bring the outside in for a bit of green in your eco haven.
Durably functional and perfectly peculiar, this mango wood chest highlights a room with its rich color and fun form.
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