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New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity ReStore

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Habitat ReStore sells donated building material to support New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity, a non-profit organization dedicated to the elimination of substandard housing. The ReStore … Continue reading

Stanley’s Custom Creations

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Stanley’s Custom Creations is a small local business that specializes in creating affordable, custom furniture and decorations utilizing recycled local material and formed concrete to … Continue reading

Canopy

Uncertified

Canopy carries a wide variet of eco-friendly and toxin-free flooring and countertop materials, architectural bamboo and palm plywood, recycled glass tile, paints, stains, sealants, water … Continue reading

Lifestyle Design Interiors

Uncertified

We offer the largest selection of affordable green furnishings and decor to residential and office interior design clients in the Greater New Orleans area.

New Orleans Bamboo

Uncertified

Renewable bamboo flooring, countertops, furniture and accessories, low-flow faucets and dual flush toilets.

Spruce Eco-Studio

Uncertified

Recycled and renewable design products, including custom made rugs, wall coverings, and outdoor furniture.

New Orleans Bamboo

Uncertified

New Orleans Bamboo is dedicated to providing renewable resource products and green building supplies for ecologically minded people.

The Creole Cottage

Uncertified

The Creole Cottage is an upcycled home goods boutique specializing in recycling old home furnishings and turning them into new treasures for your home, second … Continue reading

Big Easy Woodworks

Uncertified

Big Easy Woodworks started after Hurricane Katrina making furniture and other household items from wood and building materials re-purposed from demolished homes.