Plain old tap water gets an upgrade when served from a sophisticated bottle made from recycled blue glass.To buy: $13, crateandbarrel.com for info.
This handsome hardwood walnut board can take a cheese plate to new stylish heights.To buy: $188, branchhome.com.
Give a picnic table an instant pick-me-up. A simle stripe on these hand-loomed linen napkins are an easy way to add a dash of style.
To buy: $55 for four, sundancecatalog.com.
Cast a light on your outdoor soiree with this weather-resistant hanging lantern. Bursting with a bright hue and punchy pattern.To buy: $29, bambeco.com.
Made from up to 30 percent recycled glass, these stemless wineglasses can hold water, soda, juice, or, yes, vino. Salute! To buy: $3.50 each, marigoldhousewares.com.
Send an invitation and party favor in one. These greeting cards made entirely from post-consumer waste are embedded with wildflower seeds. Plant the card, water it, and watch the flowers bloom. To buy: $4 each, botanicalpaperworks.com.
The sweetest thing about this dinnerware: It’s made from 100 percent sugarcane fiber, biodegradable, compostable, microwavable, and disposable―leaving you no dishes to clean. To buy: $5.50 per pack of 10 oval platters, branchhome.com. Find out How to Recycle Anything.
Serve a refreshing cocktail with organic vodka made from springwater and organically certified North Dakota―grown rye. Try the Cool Collins. To buy: $37, bevmo.com.