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Sustainable Style

Author: Roberta Landman
Issue: March, 2010, Page 34
eco-friendly news you can use

SWEET DREAMS
Since 1995, Phoenix-area businessman Jason Scott has been creating furniture using only recycled teak wood salvaged from abandoned buildings in Java. Handcrafted by local Javanese woodcarvers and carpenters, the pieces have become well-known as the Jason Scott Collection.

Exclusive to Robb & Stucky is Scott’s Urban Village Collection, whose design incorporates many small pieces of rugged-looking scrap teak. This new line includes the Cladico bed and nightstands, pictured here. The bed is available in queen as well as king sizes.
For further details, contact Robb & Stucky, (480) 922-0011. To view other examples from the Jason Scott Collection, visit jasonscottcollection.com.








TIER DROP
Known as a forerunner in the manufacture of totally eco-friendly upholstered furniture, Cisco Brothers presents an eco-chic lighting option. The three-tiered Pyramid Chandelier is crafted of recyclable iron, and its globes are made of reclaimed glass votives. The piece is available through Natural Territory in Scottsdale, (480) 998-2700; and Studio Encanto in Tucson, (520) 624-1133. To learn of retailers in other locales, visit ciscobrothers.com.













HIDE AND SEEK
Check out this cross-laced throw from Scenic Mesa’s Buffalo Collection. Made of sustainable buffalo hide, it is a soft-to-the-touch cover-up for lounging on the sofa, or ideal for adding a bit of Western flair to your decor. The durable throw measures approximately 58" by 46" and can be obtained online by calling the Colorado company at (970) 872-6031, or by visiting scenicmesa.com.
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