A Big, Green Chandelier?
Jonathan B.
Jul 28, 2008

Re-nest reader Kristin is looking to replace this chandelier in her entry. She wants it to be green, and able to use CFLs. Our first idea was paper lanterns. Other readers have suggested grouping pendants, or choosing a well-made fixture from Rejuvenation. What would you choose?

We're also making progress on our quest for lightweight, portable containers for packed lunches. We've got a great DIY on how to reduce odor from your cat's litter box. And don't miss the latest two installments of our inspiring Green People series, which profile architect Eric Corey Freed and consultant Aaron Winer.


Does mixing these two litters result in the perfect blend?

Green consultant Aaron Winer tells about helping others to go green.

We thought these well-designed recycled plastic food containers would be the perfect portable complement to our vintage Pyrex. But Re-nest readers tell us to watch out...

Green architect Eric Corey Freed not only has an amazing scarf, but also an agenda that includes attacking government subsidies to the oil and coal industries.

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