First, Williams-Sonoma went all Agrarian on us.
Now, their sister brand, West Elm, has hopped on the homegrown bandwagon with its new Market, which celebrates craftsmanship and collaborations.
The first physical location--part general store, part personal-care apothecary--just opened in Brooklyn's Dumbo neighborhood, but you can shop the collection of tools, gardening and cleaning supplies, cookware and more online.
Our Good Taste-approved picks include:
Common Good cleaning products: The plant-based, biodegradable dish soap ($11) and all-purpose spray ($6) keep your dishes and kitchen sparkling sans synthetic fragrance or phthalates--also known as "plasticizers."
GreenPan nonstick pans: The pots and pans--a collaboration with West Elm--have a mineral-based coating and recycled aluminum handles, and release no toxic fumes at high heat ($349 for a 14-piece set; individual prices vary).
Bamboo kitchen utensils: Not only are the pieces ($6 each) made from the rapidly renewing material, but brightly dipped handles add a pop of color to your kitchen.
Recycled wine punt glasses: Made from the bottoms of old wine bottles, these glasses ($22 for a set of four) bring a sustainable spin to your dinner table.