Using Sustainable Materials in the Bath

In bathroom design, aesthetics, style, and functionality are of utmost importance – and not necessarily in that order! Today’s sustainable materials step up to the challenge, celebrating practicality and showmanship. If you’re working toward green certification, such as the USGBC’s LEED for Homes, Native Trails products can help earn points.
Here are beautiful products that bring the favorite sustainable materials to the bath:

Reclaimed or Salvaged Wood: Americana Collection

Wood reclaimed from old barns and fencing is beautifully textured, lending undeniable character to its second life as a Native Trails Americana Vanity. Iron hardware hand-forged by blacksmiths adds to the historic charm of this reclaimed wood bathroom vanity. Look at those nicks and marks! Imperfection creates perfection. The Americana Collection of bathroom furniture includes bathroom vanities, cubbies, cabinets, and hutches, and comes in four finishes, including Driftwood, shown.

NativeStone®: Morro Vessel Bathroom Sink

This handsome Morro NativeStone vessel sink sustainably blends raw natural materials, including jute fiber and cement.

Recycled Copper: Maestro Sonata Petite

Maestro Sonata Petite copper vessel sink
bears proof to the talents of Native Trails’ copper artisans. Its low profile highlights the estimated 30,000 hammer strikes that produce its remarkable texture; its compact size ensures receives top billing in smaller baths and powder rooms everywhere.