Inhabit was created in 2002 by Mike Tuttle and Jennifer Smith Tuttle when they salvaged design materials from the trash. Now Inhabit offers eco-friendly home decor and furnishings custom-designed in a variety of fabrics and patterns. Inhabit's contemporary bedding collections include duvet cover... Read Mores, coverlets, sheets, throws, and blankets, all made from 100 percent organic cotton. The lighting fixtures and lampshades are created from 100 percent recycled fabric and are offered in 32 patterns. Wall Flats from Inhabit are a series of tiles that fit together to make three-dimensional wall patterns. Wall Flats are made of bagasse, a biodegradable sustainable resource, and can be primed and painted with regular wall paints so they are easy to customize. Drinkware sets from Inhabit are made from recycled glass bottles and jars that are detailed with Inhabit prints on the exterior. Drinkware is available in amber, green, cobalt, and clear colors and vary in height and pattern. Inhabit also has glass bottle pendant lights made from the same glass materials as the company's drinkware. Inhabit carries a variety of environmentally sound home products and furnishings.