This shelf used to be the wall of an Indonesian house: How furniture makers are going green

 A living room that features a teak coffee table from Ethnicraft Online.
A living room that features a teak coffee table from Ethnicraft Online.PHOTO: ETHNICRAFT ONLINE
At local multi-label furniture store Journey East, about 80 per cent of the store's collection is environmentally friendly.
At local multi-label furniture store Journey East, about 80 per cent of the store's collection is environmentally friendly.PHOTO: JOURNEY EAST

SINGAPORE - More consumers today are becoming aware of the impact that their buying choices have on the environment. From smaller decisions such as refusing plastic disposable cutlery to bigger lifestyle changes such as eschewing fast fashion so as to reduce one's carbon footprint.

For eco-conscious home owners, one option is sustainable and eco-friendly furniture.

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