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Sustainable Material
Catalogue
Azra Maliha
201420058
We are aiming to provide you and your home the best
material choices which are on trend and will improve
your indoor envir...
Floor coverings Ceiling finishes
Wall finishes Furniture materials
1. Floor coverings
1. Recycled Glass Tiles
 Non-absorptive, won’t mildew or mold in damp
environments
 Easy to maintain and won’t stain
 W...
Uses in interior:
 Kitchen and bathroom flooring
 Residential floorings
 Commercial floorings
2. Sustainable Cork
Flooring(with veneer finish)
Sustainable cork flooring is made by mixing an adhesive Cork Paneling
wit...
Uses in interior:
 Hospitality flooring
 Residential floorings
 Commercial floorings
3. Coconut timber
The oldest trees are harvested and used. None of them bear fruit at 60 –
80 years old, which means that ...
Uses in interior:
4. Green concrete
Fly ash is a by-product of coal-burning power plants, and in the past,
almost 75% of fly ash produced ma...
Uses in interior:
5. Natural woolen carpet
Carpets made from unsustainable products can catch mites and insects
and germs and lead to poor I...
Uses in interior:
2. Wall finishes
1. Slate-ish
• Made from 100% reclaimed scrap material
• For use on interior, vertical wall surfaces and ceilings
• Made i...
Uses in interior:
2. Natural clay plasters
• 100% natural, compostable, biodegradable
• Non toxic, mold resistant, zero VOC
• UV resistant, ...
Uses in interior:
 Restaurant
 Residential
 Commercial
 Retail
3. Eco stucco™
• 100% sustainable
• Made with natural products with zero VOC primers
and sealers
• material naturally hard...
Uses in interior:
 Residential
 Commercial
 Retail
4. Coco tiles
• Recycled Content 70+% post-industrial recycled material
• Tile construction: Mesh-backed tiles
• Fire Rati...
Uses in interior:
 Residential
 Commercial
 Hospitality
5. Sustainable paints
• Rugged Durability
• True Zero VOC, even after being colored with our exclusive
liquefied mineral c...
Uses in interior:
3. Ceiling finishes
1. Ceilume’s ceiling tiles
• Ceilume's 2 ft. x 4 ft. ceiling panels
• Class A fire rated
• Greengard Gold Certified for In...
Uses in interior:
 Residential
 Commercial
 Hospitality
2. ReWall ceiling tiles
• Sizes range from standard 2' x 2' to 2' x 4' and are 3/16"
thick
• Completely safe — non-toxic, ...
Uses in interior:
 Retail
 Commercial
 Industrial
3. Bamboo ceiling
• It features a beautiful natural grain that can be stained to
warm or cool a room.
• It is very light b...
Uses in interior:
 Retail
 Commercial
 Hospitality
 Residential
4. Stretch ceiling
• mold resistant
• most sustainable and eco-friendly materials on the market
• Acoustical and thermal c...
Uses in interior:
 Retail
 Commercial
 Hospitality
 Residential
5. Crystal Foldscapes Ceiling Tiles
• 100% recyclable and renewable
• Length 23.75 in / 60 cm
• Width 23.75 in / 60 cm
• H...
Uses in interior:
 Commercial
 Residential
4. Furniture materials
1. Bio Laminate
• Tabletops, work surfaces, and other surface applications
• higher degree of stain resistance in accordan...
Applicable furnitures :
2. Polywood®
• Built to withstand hot sun, snowy winters, and strong
coastal winds
• Cleans easily and is not prone to spl...
Applicable furnitures :
3. Natural Rattan
• Flexible, strength and durable
• 100% renewable and natural
• Aesthetic looks
• Comes in various desig...
Applicable furnitures :
4. EKOply
• Rigid sheet available in 19mm
• Significantly longer long lasting compared to timber and
plywood
• Rot and wea...
Applicable furnitures :
5. Bio Laminate
• Attractive beautiful in color and texture
• Gives aesthetic and vintage value to the interior
• Recyclab...
Applicable furnitures :
References
http://userpages.umbc.edu/~brightj1/grunge/outdoor/concreteText.php
http://www.concrete-floors.org/environment....
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  1. 1. Sustainable Material Catalogue Azra Maliha 201420058
  2. 2. We are aiming to provide you and your home the best material choices which are on trend and will improve your indoor environment quality and aesthetic looks, so amazingly that you can breath the air of freshness ! We highly recommend you to check out the following materials and the suggested companies before you proceed to design any interior spaces.
  3. 3. Floor coverings Ceiling finishes Wall finishes Furniture materials
  4. 4. 1. Floor coverings
  5. 5. 1. Recycled Glass Tiles  Non-absorptive, won’t mildew or mold in damp environments  Easy to maintain and won’t stain  Will reflect light rather than absorb it, adding that additional layer of light some rooms need  100% recyclable and renewable and sustainable  No VOCs or toxins  Comes in diverse shapes, sizes, colors, textures. Also available to order customized tiles o planks 70 percent of all glass still ends up in landfills. Because of the durable nature of glass, it doesn't break down over time in landfills. Recycled glass tile is a good way to keep glass products from building up in landfills. In addition to helping conserve the environment, homeowners getting a unique product that adds style to their home. Recycled glass tiles are produced by melting down waste glass in furnaces heated to a temperature exceeding 2000 degrees Fahrenheit. The molten glass is then stamped into shape, hand trimmed and ground to its finished form. This sort of workmanship gives each tile both a professional finish and a hand-crafted appeal [recommended company: www.fireclaytile.com]
  6. 6. Uses in interior:  Kitchen and bathroom flooring  Residential floorings  Commercial floorings
  7. 7. 2. Sustainable Cork Flooring(with veneer finish) Sustainable cork flooring is made by mixing an adhesive Cork Paneling with “waste” cork granules from bottle-stopper production. It’s available in a range of finishes, from wood tones to tile look-alikes, and its natural propensity to repel water and provide acoustic insulation are bonus qualities. LVCork™ is 80% cork coupled with a layer of real wood (15% of total thickness), over which is a vinyl wear layer that provides tremendous surface wear resistance on a natural, comfortable surface. Resilient LVCork™ comes in a wood strip format, and is ideal for use in high occupancy traffic and areas prone to moisture. Ceramic coating provides much greater wear resistance than other cork products  3.2mm x 100mm x 900mm  Conglomerated cork base, real wood decorative veneer face, vinyl backer and wear layer with a square-edged profile  Finish: Water-based acrylic urethane with ceramic Nano-particles  100% recycled, post-industrial, rapidly renewable Material  Thermal and acoustic properties  Stain resistant  Qualifies for LEED points [ recommended company: http://www.sustainableflooring.com/lvcork-cork-flooring/]
  8. 8. Uses in interior:  Hospitality flooring  Residential floorings  Commercial floorings
  9. 9. 3. Coconut timber The oldest trees are harvested and used. None of them bear fruit at 60 – 80 years old, which means that they would be dying soon anyway. Also, unlike other types of wood that are harvested for production, coconut trees grow rapidly within only a few years. Usually the trees take 5-6 years to become ready to bear fruit, which is great for producers of sustainable lumber. These two factors help the sustainability aspect of coconut palm for use in the house for flooring or other aspects of the house. Costs for coconut palm are greatly reduced in comparison with many of the other woods. Its wood is reminiscent in appearance to mahogany; and much more fibrous grain. Coconut trees have no annual growth rings, rays, heartwood or branches, meaning that coconut timber is free from knots and other such imperfections.  Made with 100% reclaimed plantation grown coconut palm trees  Fire resistance classification: Class B, Test surface burning in accordance with ASTM E84  IEQc4.4: Low-Emitting Materials (No Added Urea- Formaldehyde: PlybooPure)  Custom sizes of planks  Weight varies per plank and can be custom ordered. [recommended company: http://www.plyboo.com]
  10. 10. Uses in interior:
  11. 11. 4. Green concrete Fly ash is a by-product of coal-burning power plants, and in the past, almost 75% of fly ash produced made its way to landfills. Recycled fly ash, when mixed with lime and water, forms a compound similar to Portland cement and is extremely strong and durable. High-volume fly ash concrete displaces more than 25% of the cement used in traditional concrete, reducing the amount of emissions needed to make the concrete mix. Replacing energy-consuming Portland cement with recyclable materials and minerals offers two distinct benefits to the environment. It significantly reduces the amount of CO2 released into the atmosphere and it minimizes massive landfill disposal. Concrete can also incorporate recycled products, such as crushed glass, bits of recycled plastic, marble chips and metal shavings. Concrete itself can also be recycled at the end of its long service life. • A healthy alternative for those with allergies by helping maintain clean air • One of the most durable materials on earth • Is ideal for use with radiant floor heating because concrete is an excellent radiator of the heat • Works great with passive solar designs as it absorbs the heat during the day and releases the stored heat as needed at night • 100% renewable and sustainable with zero VOC [recommended company: coastalcreteflooring.co.za/]
  12. 12. Uses in interior:
  13. 13. 5. Natural woolen carpet Carpets made from unsustainable products can catch mites and insects and germs and lead to poor IAQ which can be a risk to human health. Carpets made from 100% natural materials, such as wool are one of the best choices for soft flooring till today. They also acts as filter by capturing dust particles which can be removed easily while vacuuming or cleaning. Being 100% wool, the raw materials do not require killing the sheep and also production is very fast. The carpet can be recyclable after full life-cycle or it is fully degradable too. Not only the material of carpet, the backing and installation also matters. This carpet has natural jute backing and non-toxic adhesive. It is also certified by LEED and tested by Indoor Air Quality Carpet Testing Program. • 100% wool • Natural jute backing • Weaves are done for air to pass, meaning low heat retention • Comes with felt pad on request for colder climates • Recyclable and renewable [recommended company: naturescarpet.com]
  14. 14. Uses in interior:
  15. 15. 2. Wall finishes
  16. 16. 1. Slate-ish • Made from 100% reclaimed scrap material • For use on interior, vertical wall surfaces and ceilings • Made in the US • Lightweight and easy to install • Choose your color, size, and case quantity • Available as Loose Tiles or in Pre-mounted Panels Slate-ish is made from paper-laminate composite materials. These solid core laminates are made from layers of paper and resin, which is heated and pressed. These materials are normally for partitions and other wall finishes for residential and commercial uses. Scrap material from fabricators are brought to make this product. The sink cutouts, awkward shapes, or pieces that are too small to be used in normal applications become useful as the raw material. The extremely useful paper recycling in this product makes it very much sustainable. Additional functional characteristics have been added to the product. All together it has very low embodied energy and contributes to a healthy indoor. [recommended company: http://www.slate-ish.com/
  17. 17. Uses in interior:
  18. 18. 2. Natural clay plasters • 100% natural, compostable, biodegradable • Non toxic, mold resistant, zero VOC • UV resistant, humidity refrigerator, absorbs odor • Acoustic absorber, low embodied energy • Breathable, seamless and durable Clay plasters help regulate relative humidity in an interior space and their hygroscopic nature means they can absorb and desorb moisture from the atmosphere, which keeps levels of relative humidity at the optimum for human comfort within a range of 30-70%. This means that there is less chance for mold development and can decrease the transmission of airborne bacteria and viruses which is beneficial to asthma sufferers and to human health in general. The product is produced by traditional methods using natural sands and clays. They contain no chemical ingredients, are non-toxic and release no VOC’s, and are beneficial to people with chemical sensitivities and to everyone in terms of creating safe and healthy living, eating and working environments. They also carry a significantly lower embodied energy than conventional and lime based plasters and paints. 100% biodegradable and will release no toxic waste into the environment on disposal. [recommended company: https://clay-works.com/
  19. 19. Uses in interior:  Restaurant  Residential  Commercial  Retail
  20. 20. 3. Eco stucco™ • 100% sustainable • Made with natural products with zero VOC primers and sealers • material naturally hardens and strengthens • require no painting and remain virtually maintenance-free. Ecostucco™ is a range of proprietary lime plasters designed to provide healthy, functional, and sustainable mineral finishes for interior, exterior walls and ceilings. Essentially composed of natural mineral with minimal but expert preparation, eco stucco™ results in a long lasting crust of calcium carbonate derived from both the presence of sand and the carbonation of lime. Ecostucco™ products are packaged in bags or carton boxes that can typically be recycled through traditional waste management programs. In addition, all eco stucco™ finish products are delivered white and are tinted on site, reducing leftover waste material. Sand makes 50 to 70% of the material volume by weight of plaster. It is resourced regionally near project sites where it is extracted. During installation and ever after eco stucco™ base coats, finish coats, and sealers emit virtually no VOCs and greatly help to eliminate sick building syndrome and other effects such as allergic sensitization or asthmatic symptoms. [recommended company: https://ecostucco.com/
  21. 21. Uses in interior:  Residential  Commercial  Retail
  22. 22. 4. Coco tiles • Recycled Content 70+% post-industrial recycled material • Tile construction: Mesh-backed tiles • Fire Rating: Class C (Class A treatment available • Rapidly Renewable Materials • Manufactured with 70+% rapidly renewable raw material • Stylish and customizable Kirei is a company which leads the pack in this effort with a striking new line of textured coconut shell tiles. Typically, shells left over after harvest are discarded or burned, adding to landfill waste and air pollution. Each tile is finished with low-VOC resin and set on a backer made of sustainably harvested wood. The tiles are easily cut with a dry tile saw and installed with panel adhesive and nails. For basic cleaning, a dusting cloth or damp rag with a mild household cleaner will do the trick. . Kirei products are manufactured with rapidly renewable and recycled content, as well as low- or nodded-urea-formaldehyde adhesives, and can help projects gain LEED points in different areas. [recommended company: http://kireiusa.com/kirei-coco-tiles/
  23. 23. Uses in interior:  Residential  Commercial  Hospitality
  24. 24. 5. Sustainable paints • Rugged Durability • True Zero VOC, even after being colored with our exclusive liquefied mineral colorant system • Easy Application • Up to 4 LEED Points on LEED projects • Improves air quality up to 50% by its use • Bio Preferred Green Planet Paints® is a sustainable product which has its high premium line of high-performance interior clay alkyd paints, Bio- Acrylic paints and Sealers, and its Bio-Mineral stains. 40% bio content, it exceeds all the bio preferred standards set years ago for the paint industry. It has no petrochemical components, no heavy metal dryers like all the others, and it is so durable even the large manufactures are overwhelmed with its capabilities. The coating products are free from any harmful chemicals and VOCs. All the products are long lasting, highly sustainable, exceeds bio preferred standards and some are MPI Tested. Our products are as closest to nature as humanly possible for durable non-fading paints. [recommended company: https://www.greenplanetpaints.com/
  25. 25. Uses in interior:
  26. 26. 3. Ceiling finishes
  27. 27. 1. Ceilume’s ceiling tiles • Ceilume's 2 ft. x 4 ft. ceiling panels • Class A fire rated • Greengard Gold Certified for Indoor Air Quality • Dust-free, mildew free, mold free, recyclable • LEED certified Post-industrial recycled tiles in Tin, Copper, Bronze, and Cherry Wood finishes, we take leftover material from making the original tiles and carefully handle it to ensure cleanliness and consistency. Then we feed it into specialized granulators, which convert it to confetti-like bits of plastic - a process that produces zero waste. This 100% recycled feedstock is finally processed into sheet form and laminated resulting in material that is 98% recycled. Ceilume tiles require 75% less raw material during the manufacturing process, weigh less, nest better, and require roughly one quarter the cargo space, making shipping far more efficient and less impactful on the planet. [recommended company: http://www.ceilume.com/
  28. 28. Uses in interior:  Residential  Commercial  Hospitality
  29. 29. 2. ReWall ceiling tiles • Sizes range from standard 2' x 2' to 2' x 4' and are 3/16" thick • Completely safe — non-toxic, zero VOCs; no chemicals, water or glues used • Fire-resistant — Class C flame and smoke rated, Class A avail by special order • Tough and durable • Moisture and mold-resistant The product is made of 100% recycled content from milk and food cartons that are shredded and then compressed into panels. They are made without formaldehyde glues, water or chemicals, emit no VOCs, and achieve the highest rating (10 out of 10) for mold resistance under the ASTM D 3273 test method. All these products have very low carbon footprints, contain 59% bio-based content, are recognized as USDA BioPrefered products and qualify for numerous LEED points. Unlike most ceiling panels that break or stain easily and have to be replaced, ReWall Ceiling Tiles are extremely tough and highly moisture-resistant. [recommended company: http://www.rewallsolutions.com
  30. 30. Uses in interior:  Retail  Commercial  Industrial
  31. 31. 3. Bamboo ceiling • It features a beautiful natural grain that can be stained to warm or cool a room. • It is very light but incredibly strong • Treated bamboo is easy to clean and install. • It is inexpensive and available in a wide range of styles and finishes. Bamboo is a resource that reaches full hardness and maturity in five years. Traditional hardwoods such as oak and maple take at least 60 years to reach a harvestable size. Bamboo re-grows quickly after it has been harvested so it is sustainable and easily renewable. It features an uncommonly high carbon absorption rate and releases oxygen into the atmosphere. All parts of the bamboo plant are utilized to produce a wide variety of products and the harvesting and production result in minimal impact on the environment. Bamboo is also easy to grow, because of the root systems. Running bamboo species are especially easy to grow, as they produce several shoots at a time, and will take over as much room as they possibly can. [recommended company: http://www.rewallsolutions.com
  32. 32. Uses in interior:  Retail  Commercial  Hospitality  Residential
  33. 33. 4. Stretch ceiling • mold resistant • most sustainable and eco-friendly materials on the market • Acoustical and thermal comfort • The installation is very safe, but still requires to follow basic safety rules on a working site. Fabric stretch ceilings are manufactured with unharmful natural resources only; film stretch ceiling is made of polyvinylchloride, thermo-plastic polymer, which manufacturing becomes more and more green and less harmful for the environment with every year. Both, fabric and film ceilings are fire resistant, do not absorb odors and does not accumulate dust, safely hides lighting fixtures, ventilation, alarm, fire systems, saves energy inside the room and can be a great acoustical solution. Fabric ceilings pass through the airflow, that lets air circulate behind the canvas. The tools in their majority are mechanical and do not require electrical energy, made of wood, metal and pvc.
  34. 34. Uses in interior:  Retail  Commercial  Hospitality  Residential
  35. 35. 5. Crystal Foldscapes Ceiling Tiles • 100% recyclable and renewable • Length 23.75 in / 60 cm • Width 23.75 in / 60 cm • Height 3 in / 7.62 cm • Thickness .07 in / 1.78 mm • Weight .05 lb / 23 g This product is made from 30% Recycled post-consumer cardboard. The advantage of using waste fibers is that they will be diverted from landfills and require less energy to process the raw materials. material selection is based on recyclability via existing infrastructures or ability to fit into natural cycles and processes. Products are designed for disassembly so that the recyclable and biodegradable components can be easily separated. This product is designed to nest, flat-pack or otherwise require limited packaging to minimize its logistics carbon footprint. The raw materials used to make this product are FSC certified wood fibers. This certification traces the origin of the fibers ensuring the paper or board is made from responsibly harvested and managed forests. [recommended company: http://mioculture.com/
  36. 36. Uses in interior:  Commercial  Residential
  37. 37. 4. Furniture materials
  38. 38. 1. Bio Laminate • Tabletops, work surfaces, and other surface applications • higher degree of stain resistance in accordance with ASTM testing • higher degree of flexibility and impact resistance • ability to be customized with graphics • Customization available for colors, veneer finish or graphics • Contributes to LEED and IAQ Biosurf is an eco-friendly alternative to traditional high pressure laminates and thermofoils. It uses a blend of corn and soybeans to produce a durable laminate film and applying it over a green MDF substrate made from 100% recycled wood fiber, no VOCs or added formaldehyde. Graphics are printed on the back of the BioSurf wear layer. Adding logos and custom designs is possible with BioSurf’s digital printing technology. BioSurf uses a combination of water-based adhesive, heat, and vacuum to achieve the bonding of materials. A wear layer approximately 5 times thicker than the melamine formaldehyde wear surface on laminates, providing additional wear resistance that protects the patterns and colors from wear results of tabor resistance. [recommended company: http://www.baltix.com
  39. 39. Applicable furnitures :
  40. 40. 2. Polywood® • Built to withstand hot sun, snowy winters, and strong coastal winds • Cleans easily and is not prone to splinter, crack, chip, peel, or rot • UV protectant and color continuously throughout the HDPE material • Marine-grade quality stainless steel hardware This furniture material contains eco-friendly components and will resist many of nature’s elements. Constructed from recycled milk jug lumber and combined with marine-grade quality stainless steel hardware for a high performance product, Polywood furniture is both long lasting and durable. 99% of the factory waste is recycled back into manufacturing. POLYWOOD® lumber is a low-maintenance, recyclable lumber – the premier wood alternative in outdoor furniture with its all-weather endurance, improved aesthetics and exceptional durability. [recommended company: https://www.polywoodinc.com/
  41. 41. Applicable furnitures :
  42. 42. 3. Natural Rattan • Flexible, strength and durable • 100% renewable and natural • Aesthetic looks • Comes in various designs Rattan is a close relative of the palm tree. It is a type of a vine that rapidly grows in the jungles of South Eastern region. It grows in the shape of a pole, and its diameter varies between one to three inches. It is one of the strongest woods and possesses the ability to grow up high as hundred feet. Rattan harvesting and processing provides an alternatives to logging timber in areas where forests are scarce. In fact, rattan grows best under some sort of tree cover including secondary forest, fruit orchards, tree plantations or rubber estates. As a result rattan planting indirectly protects tree cover, along with forests. Rattan wicker (Weaved) furnitures are latest in trend for its down to earth look, comfort, durability and sustainability. It is manufactured from all natural materials so there is no scope of chemicals or harmful VOCs. [recommended company: http://www.baltix.com
  43. 43. Applicable furnitures :
  44. 44. 4. EKOply • Rigid sheet available in 19mm • Significantly longer long lasting compared to timber and plywood • Rot and weather proof • Tough and durable • No maintenance costs • Chew resistant and non-toxic to animals. • Acid and chemical resistant EKOply sheet is manufactured from 100% waste plastic which typically ends up being land-filled or incinerated. Each sheet is engineered to perform as an alternative to imported plywood, or to virgin plastic panels, yet in turn are fully recyclable at end-of- life. As well as being one of the most innovative new building materials to hit the UK market in recent years, it's also one of the most environmentally-friendly and economical. the skin is approximately 70-80% Polyethylene which is all from the recycled raw material. [recommended company: http://www.slpw.co.uk
  45. 45. Applicable furnitures :
  46. 46. 5. Bio Laminate • Attractive beautiful in color and texture • Gives aesthetic and vintage value to the interior • Recyclable and reusable • 100% natural, no VOCs • Improves IAQ Reclaimed lumber is processed wood retrieved from its original application for purposes of subsequent use. Most reclaimed lumber comes from timbers and decking rescued from old barns, factories and warehouses. The wood's unique appearance, its contribution to green building, the history of the wood's origins, and the wood's physical characteristics such as strength, stability and durability makes it very popular choice as sustainable material. The increased strength of reclaimed wood is often attributed to the lack of air pollution that existed up until the 20th century. Using reclaimed wood can earn credits towards achieving LEED project certification. Because reclaimed wood is considered recycled content, it meets the 'materials and resources' criteria for LEED certification, and because some reclaimed lumber products are Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified, they can qualify for LEED credits under the 'certified wood' category. [recommended company: http://www.baltix.com
  47. 47. Applicable furnitures :
  48. 48. References http://userpages.umbc.edu/~brightj1/grunge/outdoor/concreteText.php http://www.concrete-floors.org/environment.html http://www.thesexygreenhome.com/sustainable-concrete-flooring.html http://www.sustainablematerials.org.uk/resource/coconut-palm.html https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coconut_timber http://www.naturescarpet.com/products.php http://www.mychemicalfreehouse.net/2013/01/zero-voc-flooring.html http://www.motherearthnews.com/green-homes/sustainable-cork-flooring-zm0z13djzsor http://www.sustainableflooring.com/lvcork-cork-flooring/ https://www.greenplanetpaints.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=category.display&category_ID=267&type=264 http://sustaininteriors.com/wall-finishes.html http://www.ecobuildingpulse.com/products/six-sustainable-floor-furniture-and-wall-coverings_s http://www.slate-ish.com/ http://www.ceilume.com/environmental.cfm http://nyceiling.com/topic-33/ http://www.americantinceilings.com/resources/sustainability.html http://www.bamboogrove.com/bamboo-ceilings.html www.greenbuildingsupply.com/All-Products/Discontinued/ReWall-Ceiling-Tiles http://www.slpw.co.uk/ecoply.php http://ammonitum.com/bathroomware/material/furniture/ http://www.bbacontract.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/Baltix-Biosurf.pdf http://www.homedit.com/what-is-the-difference-between-wicker-and-rattan-furniture/ https://www.custommade.com/blog/sustainable-furniture/ http://kireiusa.com/kirei-coco-tiles/ https://www.thisoldhouse.com/ideas/best-new-green-materials-your-interior/page/1 http://www.rewallsolutions.com http://mioculture.com/shop/wall-ceiling-tiles/foldscape-crystal-tile https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reclaimed_lumber

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