Drohan’s Eco-Friendly Furniture Gets Very Personal

October 4, 2011 / No Comments

Gathering eco-friendly furniture is no easy job. Neither transporting wood from overseas in ships nor chopping down old-growth trees is advisable. The best green option is to keep the production local. It will be good for the environment; it’ll sustain US economy; and create job opportunities.

eco friendly furniture collection from designer Kristin Drohan 1 Drohan’s Eco Friendly Furniture Gets Very PersonalIt is these needs that green-certified designer Kristin Drohan tries to meet. Drohan has got an environment-friendly collection, which is inspired by a classic, timeless frame.

The pieces of furniture are designed for comfort and durability. All pieces are bench-made in Hickory, North Carolina. Included in the upscale grouping are a recliner, sofa, convertible sectional, ottomans, two upholstered beds and a canopy bed.

eco friendly furniture collection from designer Kristin Drohan 2 Drohan’s Eco Friendly Furniture Gets Very PersonalDrohan says that the new reclamation frame option uses reclaimed wood, salvaged from vacant factories and buildings in North Carolina. You will have the full knowledge of the product, and thus your bench-made home furniture becomes very personal.

The kiln-dried hardwood frames come from certified American forests that adhere to strict conservation guidelines. The spring coil cushions are bio hybrids utilizing soy, corn, and recycled cotton.