Going green can also be glamorous with the help of these environmentally-friendly accents.

By Sydney Hershman
March 02, 2016
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The touch of twine on the neck gives this recycled glass jug a pretty, earthy flair. Use it as a doorstop in an entryway or as décor on a screened-in porch. To buy: $69, wayfair.com.
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Recycled Glass Jug

The touch of twine on the neck gives this recycled glass jug a pretty, earthy flair. Use it as a doorstop in an entryway or as décor on a screened-in porch.

To buy: $69, wayfair.com.

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Woven Chindi Metal Bench

Made in India with repurposed fabric scraps, this one-of-a-kind bench offers a great way to add some eclectic flair into your space.

To buy: $149, worldmarket.com.

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Recycled Rope Doormat

Leave dirt and debris at the door with this durable mat at the ready. The recycled polyester is resistant to mildew, so it can withstand the springtime mudroom mess.

To buy: $60, uncommongoods.com.

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Common Good Dish Soap

A concentrated, plant-based formula enhanced with natural extracts is stored within a sleek glass bottle to tackle a multitude of kitchen messes.

To buy: $25, commongoodandco.com.

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Reclaimed Teak Garden Stool

Whether adorning your indoor workspace or your exterior potting shed, this reclaimed teak stool will be a—ahem—natural fit wherever it’s placed.

To buy: $148, shopterrain.com.

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Farmstead Stoneware Striped Serving Bowl

Crafted in Portugal with lead-free glazes and scrap materials, this handmade bowl may have had minor environmental impact, but its bright colors are sure to offer major wow-factor. 

To buy: $38, bambeco.com.