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Housefish Flatpack Green Storage

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Housefish Design, a firm specializing in furniture design, has produced a line of eco-friendly, modular storage furniture — you can buy individual pieces and stack them practically anyway you like.  Why is it green?  Well, the furniture is flat-packed for shipping (you only need a hammer to assemble), the wood is sustainably harvested FSC maple plywood, and the pieces are finished with a zero-VOC finish.  Sounds good!

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St. Charles Super Modern Green Cabinets

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St. Charles Cabinetry began manufacturing and designing in 1935, and today, they're still doing the same thing right here in the United States.  Their cabinets are made from stainless steel and powder-coated in your choice of 23 colors (see below).  What makes them a green product?  They are 98% recyclable and are the perfect choice for a hypoallergenic interior.

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Adam Kalkin Maine Container House

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This Brooklin, Maine home, designed by architect Adam Kalkin, may not be brand new to the green scene (it was built in 2003), but its unique design still looks so fresh today that I had to write about it.  The beautiful home stretches the boundaries of modern design and is truly a work of art.  It was created by stacking a dozen orange "reclaimed" shipping containers in a T-shape while replacing some of the steel pannels with large windows looking out over the rocky peninsula to Blue Hill Bay. 

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