At Greenington, our commitment to creating high quality, sustainable furniture isn’t just about the bottom dollar – it’s a commitment to a global movement to live more responsibly in every way.
One organization is leading the way in raising standards and holding manufacturers accountable: the Sustainable Furnishings Council (SFC).
Fall is just around the corner and that may have you looking ahead to cooler temperatures, gatherings with friends, and end of year holidays. But the leaves aren’t the only things that change in the Fall…styles and trends start to change, as well. Here are three Fall furniture trends we love.
Every design industry has its trends from year to year and decade to decade. There are some furniture pieces, however, that stand the test of time. Here are five such pieces, each something that you can find in the Greenington line:
Nest sells high quality, environmentally responsible mattresses and bedding online and in their brick and mortar stores; and their in-person showrooms showcase Greenington beds exclusively.
Having sustainable and renewable source materials is one important part of that. Using every part of those materials is another. This is how we do it.
Creating a cohesive look in any room is part artistry, part savvy, and all personal style. No two styles are more challenging to combine in a cohesive way than Modern and Traditional. Here are five tips to doing it well.
We often get asked about whether our bamboo furniture is part of the decline in panda habitat, declining food sources, and their endangerment. Proudly, we can say, “No, it is not.”
It seems “modern” is the talk of the town everywhere we turn in the furniture world these days.
Here are the modern living room design trends we are seeing celebrated by top designers and industry professionals to consider for your own home…
With the increasing awareness of personal impact on the environment, more and more people are paying attention to their “footprint” – the effect their choices have on the planet.
Here are 5 ways everyone can reduce the ecological footprint of their home…
For most of history, furniture has been made from a variety of hardwoods that come from trees and forests around the world. … In recent decades, people around the world have been looking for better alternatives to wood to have more sustainable and responsible choices in the furniture they buy and live with. A closer look at bamboo has revealed it to be one of civilization’s best options for reducing carbon emissions worldwide.