Easy Pieces for a Clean and Green Kitchen

We’ve done the research. Here, a few of our picks to help keep your kitchen clean and organized in an eco-friendly way.

Above: An inspiring kitchen.Photo from the portfolio of stylist Hannah Simmons, viaDesire to Inspire.

Above:TheTwist Loofah Kitchen Sponge is 100 percent biodegradable, found at Eco Housekeeping.

Above: The Natural Hemp Scrub Cloth is great for use on pots and pans, also found at Eco Housekeeping.

Above: The Martha Stewart Clean Dish and Hand Soap is non-toxic and almost completely plant and mineral-based.

 

Above: We like to dispense dishwashing liquid into a glass container, such as thisLimmaren Bottle from Ikea.

Above: This Brushed Stainless Steel Compost Pail from Gardener’s Supply Company provides an affordable and sleek way to compost.

For more tips on keeping an organized kitchen, check out Remodelista’s post Kitchen Video: Countertop Organization and Storage.

Kitchen Video: Countertop Organization and Storage

 

47 comments

Aletta Kraan
Aletta Kraan4 years ago

Noted , thanks !

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Sisilie B.
Sisilie B6 years ago

Nice and stylish things :)

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Sisilie B.
Sisilie B6 years ago

Nice and stylish things :)

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Youssef A.
Youssef A6 years ago

"Do not Corrupt the earth..." (Quran 7:56)

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Eternal Gardener
Eternal Gardener6 years ago

Always good...

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KrassiAWAY B.
Krasimira B6 years ago

Noted with interest.

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Laure H.
Laure H6 years ago

Natural Ayate cloths (which I use in the shower) have a nice loose weave that easily releases food particles, too.

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Michele Wilkinson

Thank you

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Iona Kentwell
Iona Kentwell6 years ago

The loofah and cloth are interesting, I'll keep an eye out for them.

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Elisabeth T.
Elisabeth T6 years ago

Thanks for the great info...

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