Earthly Delights: Sustainable and Luxurious Home Furnishings

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Indulge without the worry — these luxurious furnishings are easy on the eyes, and easy on the planet

Clamshell Chandelier by Jamie Young Co.

Clamshell Chandelier

This unique pendant will shine brightly in casual interiors and elevate the mood. Each of its hundreds of small beads is hand-carved from mango wood (a quickly maturing hardwood) and meticulously laid out in mesmerizing patterns inspired by the rays of the sun. Retails for $1,829 at


Ravine Bench by Aderyn Studio

Ravine Bench

Novato-based designers and life partners Phil Vaughn and Chelsea Brown aim to create furniture which can be kept for a lifetime — and handed down — using locally-sourced materials and natural finishes in a soon-to-be solar-powered shop. Hand-made from an elm wood base in Shou Sugi Ban finish, and featuring a hand-carved texture and brass metal banding detail in bronze finish, this bench is a keeper. To the trade at


Tide by Mia Cullin for FilzFelt

Tide Filz Felt

Inspired by the water surrounding her home in Stockholm, Mia Cullin brings the ocean waves inside. Tide playfully divides space, while softening sound. Made from wool felt — a durable, inherently flame retardant fabric with thermal and acoustic properties, made from renewable and 100% biodegradable natural animal fibers whose origins date back thousands of years — these panels can be hung in continuous rows or stacked. Inquire at


Adeline Sofa from GUILD by LMI

Adeline Sofa

This versatile piece can sit against a wall or float in the middle of a room or by a window. Eschewing disposable culture, interiors and furniture designer Lane McNab, created this sofa, and other pieces in the GUILD by LMI collection, with comfort and sustainability in mind. Artisan-made with sustainably-sourced materials, almost all production is by local craftspeople in the San Francisco Bay Area. To the trade at Sloan Miyasato,

Rocky Tabloa Side Table by Tronk Design

Rocky Tabloa

Whether solo or grouped, this piece takes centerstage as an imaginatively-named, visually appealing study of contrasts. The natural stone base is strong and earthy, while with matte black powder-coated steel top looks delicate and airy. Made by local Ohio craftsmen and fabricators. Starts at $399 at Tronk Design.

Uni Side Table by Jamie Young Co.

Uni Side Table

Designed by the California-based couple, Jamie Young Jeter and David Jeter — whose inspiration comes from their love of “art, architecture and adventure” — this eye-catching piece is artisan-crafted of fiberglas and hand-finished in India. Retails for $552 at

IOI Table by GamFratesi

IOI Table

Stine Gam and Enrico Fratesi reimagine their geometric Art Deco piece with the warm tactility of a rounded edge top made from travertine in rippled beige, sourced in Italy. The structure of the table legs — twin metal tubes connected a sphere of brass — render the letters I-O-I three-dimensionally. Available as a side table (shown) or a coffee table starting at $1,299 at or

Willy Faux Travertine Coffee Table by Leanne Ford

Willy Table

Elegantly earthy, this coffee table combines the beauty of flawlessly-replicated travertine markings with brawn of FSC®-certified engineered wood substrate from responsibly managed forests and non-porous, lightweight resin. Retails for $1,299 at Crate & Barrel.

Black Mamba Coffee Table by OSO Creations

Black Mamba Table


Like its serpentine namesake, this striking piece is not as it appears on the surface: cast in blackened concrete, the table top is cast into a wooden mold, giving the concrete a heavily wood-grained texture. The truncated conical base is also cast in a blackened concrete taken to a high polish. Hand-crafted in Brooklyn by sculptor Eric Weil and his team. To the trade at

Wells Renew Vegan Leather 2-Piece Chaise Sectional Sofa

Wells Sectional Sofa Crate and Barrell

The only thing this handsome sectional off-gases is a rustic-modern vibe.  Made from a leather alternative derived from sand, and featuring a slim frame from FSC®-certified engineered hardwood—supported by iron legs and tailored with topstitching and French seams on the arms—this investment piece checks off all the boxes: scratch- and UV-resistant, non-reactive, easy to clean and long-lasting.Photo credit: Crate & Barrel

Made-to-order starting at $5,098 at