TotalHousehold.com features ECOR’s Recycled Home Products
ECOR Recycled Home Products Touted as Exceptional Product by TotalHousehold.com
TotalHousehold.com is a website that gives homeowners and independent contractors access to all of the resources they need for home renovations and repairs: a localized network of experts, ratings from their neighbors, news about home trends and innovations, and tips on finding the best professionals in their community. They recently featured ECOR recycled home products in an article on their website:
Just imagine your office paper or crinkled up wrapping paper, wheat, cardboard and other recyclable materials all used to make furniture for your home. Well, it’s being done by Noble Environmental Technologies with their ECOR-branded products made from developments that transform low cost, abundantly available raw material waste into works of arts and home furnishings. Say goodbye to typical plastic, aluminum, wood, particleboard, plywood and many other standard materials. Agricultural fibers, for instance, make ECOR items lightweight, high-strength and recyclable. Not to mention that they’re a stylish way togo green!
One of the more ECOR artistic items is the Kaneohe (Hawaiian for “bamboo man”). This open weave design made with non-toxic resins makes an eye-catching centerpiece, but can also work as a luminary or lamp. It comes in a range of sizes, from 8″ to 16″ in diameter and 3″ to 9″ in height.
An innovative ECOR furniture piece is the Think Table. Perfect for an office, a kid’s playroom or even as your kitchen table, it’s similar to a dry-erase board where you can draw or brainstorm any thoughts or ideas, plus you can flip it from a horizontal to a vertical orientation as well as raise or lower its height. The table comes in different shapes and sizes.
The ECOR home furnishings collection features the Alchemy series of tiles. These unique tiles are available in FlatCOR and WavCOR surfaces and are great for floor and wall tiling. FlatCOR tiles come in a flat finish; WavCor has an imprinted finish, giving it a 3D look. These tiles are available in custom sizes and four metal finishes, Black Steel, Patina, E-Corten, and Patina Rust.
Read TotalHousehold.com article on ECOR winning the C2C Product Innovation Challenge: http://www.totalhousehold.com/news/industry-news-growing-green-home-building-materials-from-the-ground-up