How to green your bathroom
When it’s time to replace the usual suspects, make healthier choices––for you and the planet
Give yours an eco-upgrade with these tips for greening your bathroom from the bottom up.
Millennium towels from Branch, made of beech cellulose from sustainably managed forests ($16–$78).
Ginger Pomelo Liquid Hand Soap and Hand Soap Refill by the Caldrea Company ($11 for 11 oz., $20 for 32-oz. refill).
Tissue box: If you need to replace a tissue box, pick one made of renewable bamboo ($24; Boomba by Umbra; organize.com).
Cameron organic-cotton matelassé shower curtain from Pottery Barn; use with Pottery Barn’s phthalate-free EVA vinyl shower curtain liner (curtain, $99; liner, $12).
Teak tub mat made from off-cuttings reclaimed from furniture manufacturing, from VivaTerra ($69).
According to a NASA report, some of the best air-cleaning houseplants are snake plants (pictured), spider plants, English ivy, and small-leafed rubber plants.