photo: Living Etc.
Add colour to your all-white scheme with a vintage or handmade quilt; this one is from Purl Soho
This responsibly manufactured feather stuffed Montauk Sofa just invites you to sink into it, and the company plants trees every year to offset its carbon emissions during production.
I couldn't find a vintage mirror exactly like the one above. Here are two equally stylish options: an antique, such as this large Louis XVI from Antiquaire Online; or, as I have done myself, visit salvage shops and purchase a large, old window, then have it fitted with mirrored glass.
This pedestal table is from Ikea. Find out why shopping at Ikea is a good eco option here: The Ikea Way
These bookcase options are not exactly like the one above, however they all have eco benefits. To find a white, reclaimed one, you may just have to search in your area, or do a shabby chic makeover on one you already have. The ones here are from Knack Studios, Ikea and Antiquaire Online
An example of a reclaimed chest to use as a coffee table. Wood would look just as good as the white one above.
These glasses are from Viva Terra and are made from recylced liquor bottles (think Skyy Vodka).
p.s. Don't forget - if you'd like this treatment applied to your own home, or, if you just don't know what you want to do with your space, send me a photo! (Just click on the 'contact me' link and attach the photos.) I'll make some recommendations and post it on this blog. Everyone needs a little green!