Twig | Green Living | Chapel Hill’s
Green Shopping Alternative

We are green living boutique offering practical and beautiful ways
to bring high quality, sustainable goods into your life.

Twig features eco-sustainable and fair trade products from
both local sources and communities around the world.

We host trunk shows and special fashion events for Cutloose, Comfy U.S.A.,
Yala and other Certified Green America clothing companies.

We carry many Montessori approved, non-toxic toys by Haba, Plan Toys and Hape.
We have a vast collection of must-have sustainably made kitchen gadgets cookware & serveware.
We have an extensive selection of green to-go lunch gear, food storage and drink ware.
We have a variety of himalayan salt lamps, meditation tools, candles and oil burners.
There’s so much more to explore.

When you shop at Twig | Green Living, you can feel good in knowing
our sustainable products are good for you and good for the planet.

Our online shop is currently in the works.
We’re busy adding tons of eco-friendly, sustainable inventory.

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Why Twig?

Green Living for All Occasions

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We carry eco-friendly:
Fashion & Accessories • Toys & Games
Baby Essentials • Home & Garden
Home Decor & Lighting • Kitchen & Dining
Mindful Living • Books, Cards & Journals
Local Pottery & Crafts • Novelty
& Much More

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Thanks for visiting! See you at Twig!

This is a really cool store for the eco/enviro mind set. It’s a neat concept and a pretty decent location for us (walking/biking). They carry lots of stuff running the gamut from recycled to sustainable, organic items such as bamboo utensils, stainless steel thermos mugs, cards and stationary (recycled or seed plantable ones), as well as items for composting, etc. They also have a small selection of clothing and baby toys (wood-based, etc). They also have some more unique items like recycled drinking glasses made from soda pop bottles. I bought a few of those for my sister this past Xmas and she liked them. Since I’m a bit of scavenger of sorts, this store was a nice find for me – eclectic yet refined. They don’t have the “cool” factor of stores like Nested in Carrboro…but they have some neat stuff to find. More so if you’re willing to rummage – they also seem to have a few items on sale…so it’s worth looking into. I don’t find them terribly busy – so I hope they’re fairing well in the economy. If anything, go green and support your local business – start by shopping here if you can!