Sometimes going green can put a dent in the bank — a buggy full of organic groceries can cost almost as much as the monthly payment on a Prius. You don’t have to take out a loan to make your home, clothes and life more eco-friendly. I’ve found some eco-chic deals in honor of the 40th anniversary of Earth Day.
An aggressively bookmarked copy of Eco-Chic Home currently resides on my desk. It’s full of some of the smartest and cheapest green home ideas I’ve ever seen. My favorite tip is to take homeless buttons and turn them into napkin rings (p117).
Win an eco-friendly Electrolux washer and dryer by swapping green-living tips with Kelly Ripa. BONUS — Electrolux will donate $1 to Global Green USA for every tip swapped.
Save $ on Seventh Generation cleaning products and keep harmful toxins out of your home.
Get up to 33% off organic cotton t-shirts at Cultural Cotton– check out their “Stop Being Lazy” shirt in honor of Earth Day.
The always affordable IKEA has greened up their LACK line by filling the furniture frames with recycled, honeycombed paper.
I’m a huge fan of online store, Green Depot where owner Sarah Beatty provides consumers with cheap, eco-friendly products for the home. Get up to 30% off right now!
Get 10% off mattresses and 20% off water bottles, reusable bags and lunch gear in honor of Earth Day at Healthy Green Goods.
There’s not a better green deal out there than the 2010 HGTV Green Home. Enter for a chance to win the home, a new GMC Terrain and $100,000.