Coloradans are good to the environment: Denver's got purple carts to stow recyclables, Boulder has composting demonstration sites, and Grand Junction thoughtfully serves as a receptacle for all the state's trash. Import some home furnishings that are similarly sustainable, with Green Foot Furniture.
From deep in the heart of Texas, GF's run by two Austin carpenters who met doing antique restoration, and now use reclaimed wood from old homes/ fences/ factories to handcraft environmentally friendly, one-of-a-kind pieces, even incorporating "upholstery from renewable resources like hemp and flaxseed", and presumably whatever else they could poach from the bulk aisle at Whole Foods. Table-try includes a design with trim from a reclaimed cedar fence and a slab of green onyx serving as the top, an oak coffee table with "over 80 dowels in the top alone" (nice!), and a compact dining room table made from cedar and oak pallets, which're now helping you expand your own. Other highlights include stately cedar/oak dining chairs that work on their own or around a table, classy cocktail lounge chairs upholstered with "dark brown herringbone" hemp fabric, and a blanket chest made from wood found in a 19th century broom factory, where at least the stereotypically dangerous workplace conditions didn't include rogue banana peels.
If you have an idea of what you want, GF's also open to collaborating on a custom piece that'll fit nicely in your Denver or Boulder home, or sell nicely in your Grand Junction pawn shop.