Green Furniture Stores In Charlotte
Looking to re-upholster your couch with eco-fabrics? Searching for the perfect mattress? These stores and collections support environmental design through their use of eco-friendly products and materials in the greater Charlotte and Piedmont region of North Carolina.
Kristin Drohan Collection
Designing eco-furniture out of Hickory, NC, the Kristin Drohan Collection is made up of high-end pieces that use recycled and reclaimed materials in the manufacturing process. For the frame of the furniture, customers can choose between reclaimed North Carolina wood from abandoned factories or sustainable harvested wood. The cushion material is often made from recycled cotton. Interested buyers can choose from barstools, beds, sofas, ottomans and selected art pieces to fill their homes, offices and residences. Kristin Drohan Collection also provides interior design services.
Club Furniture is an online high-end home furnishing store located in Charlotte, NC that sells eco-friendly furniture. In addition to buying office, bedroom, dining room, living room and entertainment furniture, customers can choose different styles of environmentally friendly couches, chairs and ottomans. The products feature sustainable wood frames, plant-based cushions and environmentally friendly glues. Furniture items are marked with the “eco style” label, signifying that the product incorporates eco-design elements. Customers can customize their sectional sofas or accent chairs to their own preference.
Sustainable Organic Solutions
Sustainable Organic Solutions is based out of the furniture mecca of High Point, NC and sells organic, chemical-free mattresses. The company emphasizes the importance of using organic and chemical-free materials, especially when sleeping. It has partnered with a sustainable furniture company Urban Wood from Los Angeles, CA to provide customers with environmentally friendly bedroom sets with its organic mattresses. Sustainable Organic Solutions uses organic cotton from Peru and India and Certified Organic Wool from the United States, which supports the organic sheep farmers of the United States. It is also partnered with various fair trade organizations, including Fair Trade Symbols.
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Isabel Sepkowitz is a freelance writer. She is an environmentalist who values sustainability, education, and innovation for the emerging green economy. Her work can be found on Examiner.com.