Mood Board Monday #16: Going Green

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Whitehaus is committed to making "going green" an easy choice.

Whitehaus is committed to making “going green” an easy choice.

Happy Earth Day! What better day to go green than today?

Who could have guessed that a time would come where product innovation has gone so far as to make daily appliances and products more beneficial to not only the consumer, but the environment as well?

In an era where the world is making an effort each day to become more environmentally friendly, many brands have stepped up to give consumers simple alternatives to make their homes greener. Whitehaus Collection is one of these brands. We have introduced an easy steps to going green in the most essential rooms in your home – the kitchen and the bath.

Today, we focus on going green in the kitchen.

The options that Whitehaus carries for green fixtures span from our kitchen sinks – with most proudly, our Farmhaus fireclay sinks being handmade from raw and natural materials – to our faucets. We offer a wide range of lead-free faucets – available in many finishes. Check out and pin our eco-friendly fixtures on our Pinterest board here, which we will be updating and adding to throughout the week.

In the mood board today, we’ve featured some of our favorite eco-friendly fixtures as well!

 

Get the look with Whitehaus:

  • Handmade reversible Quatro Alcove Farmhaus Fireclay sink WHQ530 with a decorative 2 1/2″ lip on one side and a 2″ lip on the reverse side (shown) in white
  • Metrohaus commercial single hole faucet with flexible spout and long handle sprayhead WHLX78557L in polished chrome
  • 3 1/2″ waste disposer trim WH200 in oil rubbed bronze
  • Decorative cabinetry hardware knob with three ovals WH13 in a smoke finish

The base image’s source was found through Houzz.com here and was designed by San Francisco, CA based Josh Mogal and his firm, Eco+Historical which focuses on restoring historic houses using healthy, sustainable and innovative building techniques and materials. What’s trendier than being environmentally friendly?

Have you gone green in your home? Are you considering it? Tell us!

Did you miss any of our past mood boards? Catch up here!

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