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With the right materials, it’s easy to make sustainable furniture part of the story of your home. So today, we’ve rounded up a few of our favorite pieces of sustainable living room furniture. We make each piece with environmentally friendly materials like sustainably sourced wood, recycled natural steel, reclaimed wood or recycled nylon.


West Virginian artisans handcraft our Hudson collection from sustainably sourced U.S. solid wood. Wood sourced in the U.S. is particularly sustainable thanks to our strict timbering laws. Shop the full Hudson collection and browse other collections built with sustainably sourced wood.


If you’re looking for easy ways to bring sustainable living room furniture into your home, recycled natural steel is your best friend. It’s been a mainstay of Room & Board furniture for decades thanks to its beauty, durability and sustainability. Check out our Rand table collection, which has a recycled natural steel base, and shop more collections with recycled natural steel.


Old wood across America goes to landfills each day, but it doesn’t have to. Rather than letting this beautiful material go to waste, we reclaim wood from old buildings around the country and repurpose it into sustainable furniture—like our Gallery collection. Read about our Urban Wood Project story, and browse all sustainable living room furniture crafted from reclaimed wood.


We weave our Piran rug from ECONYL® yarn. Because ECONYL is made from discarded fishing nets and other nylon waste that doesn’t belong in the ocean, it’s especially sustainable. Shop our Piran rug or its sister rug, Tidal.

Sustainable through and through

We’re proud of our efforts to bring truly sustainable furniture into your home. Read more about our whole-hearted commitment to sustainability across our entire company, and check out the video (above).

Photos and video by Room & Board.

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