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The site for this Atlanta home shop features both vintage and contemporary furniture and decor.

Products: decorative, lighting, furniture
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Regas New York

Meredith Kurosko is an experienced graphic designer with a passion for paper goods. With Regas New York, she deftly combines traditional letterpress techniques with a modern aesthetic to create incredibly beautiful stationery, from custom invitations to personalized notecards for everyday use.

regasny.com

Arcadia Home

Each and every one of Arcadia Home's office and home accessories is artisan-made, and many are from sources as unlikely as littered plastic bags, cotton remnants, and 100 percent wool felt. We're coveting the lush-colored journals that look leather-bound—but are actually made of recycled cotton scraps.

arcadiahomeinc.com

Gaiam

Gaiam has been turning out alternative health and beauty goods for years, but we love it for its bedding. The line has a host of qualifications: organic, free of pesticides, made with low-impact dyes, etc. And what makes the sets really stand out are the incredible colors and delicate prints.

gaiam.com

Green With Glamour

Headquartered in Los Angeles, this lifestyle site has an elegant roundup of clothes by EcoSkin and Popomomo, as well as one of the most beautiful selections of furniture and housewares we've seen.

Featured in the April 2009 issue.

greenwithglamour.com

Hammocks and High Tea

Karen Young's screen-printed paper-and-fabric pieces—including shams, drawstring bags, and throw pillows—feature tropical-infused drawings inspired by her childhood in South America. Top picks are customizable stationery and calendars made with water-based inks, in addition to scented drawer paper—all packaged in recycled and recyclable materials.

hammocksandhightea.com

MIO Culture

Progressive design is the stock-in-trade at this Philadelphia-based site, where each item is as exquisite as it is functional. Origami tables fold and unfold, cork floor tiles can be coated with waxes and stains, and a serpentine lamp twists to fit any space. We also love how serious Mio is about each item, supplying several accompanying photos and a lengthy description of the designers' philosophy, materials, measurements, and environmental quotient for everything.

mioculture.com

Perch!

Polished surfaces paired with solid colors render all of designer Amy Adams' pieces of earthenware—whether they're mod, spaceship-like hanging plant pots or tongue-in-cheek boy/girl napkin rings—contemporary and chic. Her garden, lighting, and tabletop items as well as wall hangings are all low-impact and handcrafted in Brooklyn using nontoxic finishes and by-products.

perchdesign.com

Re:modern

Founded by earth-friendly design consultant Mona Ying Reeves, re:modern has something for every corner of the home. Plus, the user-friendly website is anything but overwhelming, boasting a simple-but-smart glossary for environmental terms, as well as products like rubber doormats, disposable bamboo utensils, and sustainably harvested birch side tables all sifted by theme ("small spaces," for instance), designer, and price.

re-modern.com

Wildflower Organics

Based out of Austin, Texas, Wildflower hosts an extraordinarily good sweep of offerings, from organic mattresses to bamboo baby socks. A section of one-of-a-kind items is especially worth a look—you'll find pieces as diverse as driftwood candelabra and naturally formed teak tables with whimsical, curling edges.

wildflowerorganics.com

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