There’s a beautiful collection of sustainable furniture called JH2 OneTreeHome that launched at ICFF earlier this year. Founded by John Houshmand and Jack Donenfeld, New York-based JH2 OneTreeHome offers beds, benches, coffee tables, side tables, consoles, dining tables, and desks — all made with a blend of glass, steel, and wood, FSC-certified Nanciton and Cedro Macho, from Nicaragua. In fact, some of this wood comes from trees felled during Hurricane Felix in 2007. Prices vary by item.
Inhabit makes a line of 3D wall flats from bagasse, a fiber that’s left over after juice is removed from sugarcane. The wall flats are popular and the styles are contemporary. There’s also a few more designs that were added to the line in June, including Luna, Hive, and Drift flats shown in this article. Inhabit says the flats are non-toxic and biodegradable. A box of wall flats [$] costs $86 and includes 10 tiles covering up to 22.5 square feet.
Clayhaus Ceramics, maker of eco-friendly ceramic tiles in Portland, recently announced a new partnership with Modwalls, a web-based seller of modern tile and wall coverings. The companies are now offering Clayhaus for Modwalls, which is a custom collection of modern ceramic tiles available online through Modwalls.