Steve Grubman

Crossville Tile.  Color Blox EC tiles (at right) are a version of the maker’s Porcelain Stone with 20% recycled content and third-party certification that can contribute to LEED credits. Rectified edges offer a minimalist appeal in six colors. Choose from 12x12-, 24x24-, 6x24-, and 12x24-inch sizes, as well as coordinating bullnose and cove base trim. Accent Color Blox EC patterns with Crossville Echo recycled glass tiles. 800.221.9093.

Klip BioTechnologies.  EcoTop (above), a biocomposite surface material for countertops, tabletops, floors, and walls, is chic, durable, and environmentally friendly, the maker says. It’s made of an FSC-certified 50/50 blend of bamboo fiber and recycled wood fiber salvaged from demolition sites, bound together by a water-based resin that is free of petroleum and VOCs. 253.904.8608.

Mr. Bamboo.  BamLoc (at right) 100% strand-woven floating bamboo flooring features a unique interlocking design to simplify installation. The wide-plank boards click or lock together, and the strong bamboo material offers durability in high-traffic areas, the maker says. The boards come in lengths of 2, 4, and 6 feet to create an interesting and versatile flooring design. Available in natural or caramelized tones. 888.672.2628.

Progress Lighting. Originally introduced as an incandescent product line, the Westin collection (at left) is now an indoor CFL lighting family. The collection features arching rectangular arms with strap accents and etched glass. Available in brushed nickel and antique bronze finishes, Westin includes close-to-ceiling; one-, two-, three-, and four-light bath and vanity selections; one-, three-, and five-light hall and foyer fixtures; and chandelier and pendant options. The 15-watt fixtures are Energy Star-qualified and have a 10,000-hour life, the maker says. 864.678.1000.