Indigenous plants add a splash of color to this eco friendly, stone yard.
Solar panels are installed on the roof of the home, subtle and eco friendly.
A unique combination of succulents and simple, eco-friendly materials turn this backyard into a desert oasis.
Who knew you could create an eco-friendly send-off set up with doilies and leftover flower petals?
Part of this home's eco-friendly landscape design is a green roof on top of one of the outbuildings.
Cactus are an easy, eco-friendly choice for a desert garden. This one features versions with interesting and unusual shapes.
This white custom, designed by Sarah Richardson, adds color with a mosaic glass tile backsplash and eco-friendly linoleum tile floor.
Texture is the story in the dining room, where reclaimed wood is paired with braided raffia, cast iron and touchable eco-friendly fabrics.
Sleepovers can be supersized at this house thanks to a bedroom with two sets of bunk beds. The flooring is eco-friendly cork.
Designer Massucco Warner Miller chose terrazzo, concrete mixed with small bits of recycled glass, to create a sea-glass-inspired, eco-friendly kitchen backsplash.
Good looking—and smart. Made from eco-friendly mango wood, our exotic Wesling dining collection is an intelligent choice for trend setters and conservationists alike.
This home's kitchen gets a sleek new look from stainless steel appliances and cabinet doors, plus a reclaimed wood backsplash for an eco-friendly touch.
The neutral tile and brushed metal in this spa shower highlight its eco-friendly elements. A large shower head and built-in shelf add luxury and convenience.
Hardwood floors provide the foundation for a clean and streamlined cooking space punctuated by mosaic glass-tile walls and Caesarstone quartz countertops in this eco-friendly kitchen.
The home's natural ventilation and shading, as well as photovoltaic panels, make it eco-friendly and as complementary practically as it is visually to the land around it.
Designer Lori Dennis had this chic dining set made from Forest Stewardship Council-certified wood and finished with zero-VOC stain. Its a sophisticated look that's also eco friendly.
The room's original carpeting was replaced with reclaimed barnwood, which designer Lindsey Runyon installed in varying board-widths at an angle, and then stained a dark eco-friendly color.
This sunny patio area features a lap pool and eco-friendly chaise lounges made from recycled plastic lumber. Neutral color pillows make the lounge chairs a cozy place for sunning.