The furniture in your home can contain things like PFAS, flame retardants, formaldehyde, and more—all of which can decrease your indoor air quality and expose you to environmental toxins.

The guides below will help you learn about what to look for in non-toxic furniture (or at least less toxic furniture!) so that you can make the best decisions for you and your family.

Just remember: take it one step at a time! Don’t feel like you need to completely refurnish your home overnight. Take a gradual process of slowly switching out your home goods for healthier ones in the least stressful way possible.

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