Good Green Kitchens: The Ultimate Resource for Creating a Beautiful, Healthy, Eco-friendly Kitchen
Gibbs Smith, 2006 - House & Home - 183 pages
Summary: "Good Green Kitchens shows that eco-friendly design is a continuum thatʼs shaded from light to dark green. At the light green end are easy-to-do steps such as choosing less polluting paints or selecting energy-efficient appliances. At the darker green end are strategies like using certified or reclaimed wood, consciously choosing to simplify or downsize, or using the kitchen project as a launching point for greening the whole house. Good Green Kitchens gives the low-down on whatʼs green and whatʼs not when it comes to kitchen design. It includes: up-close profiles of beautiful, green kitchens and the people who created them; tips for environmentally responsible redecorating, remodeling, and building from the ground up; in-depth chapters on greener alternatives for floors, cabinets, countertops, and appliances; strategies for greening the whole house; tips for keeping costs in check; and much more."--Publisher description.
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Review: Good Green Kitchens: Ultimate Resource for Creating a Beautiful, Healthy, Eco-Friendly KitchenUser Review - Andrea - Goodreads
Pretty pictures and great bay area resources, but very lite on actual ways to green an existing kitchen. Could use things about solar/wind power, grey water, and te importance of a home garden in reducing the amount of pesticides in your food. Read full review
Review: Good Green Kitchens: Ultimate Resource for Creating a Beautiful, Healthy, Eco-Friendly KitchenUser Review - Maggie - Goodreads
In order to someday do these types of things to our kitchen, I am in need of a rich benefactor. Any volunteers? Read full review