We love nature and our planet, so our first blog post goes out to Eco-friendly designs. Now that it’s becoming more common and almost more trendy to be Eco-friendly, here are some home design tips to guide anyone that wants to start! Unless you look for it, you may not be aware of the options that are out there, check it out!
Make the smart choice for your patio or walkway and choose solar lighting. Because they’re charged by the sun during the day, no additional energy is needed at night. Not only is this beneficial for the environment, it’s beneficial for your energy bills. No electric cords also make them a safer option. We’re all for solar lighting!
Design Options (not limited to): String lights, path lights, accent lights, spot lights.
Cover your floors with an Eco-friendly rug! This specific rug is from an online rug store, Rug & Home, and it’s not the only option available either! This selection proves that you don’t need to limit style to be Eco-friendly. It’s created with recycled fabric. Other options include rugs made with renewable corn resources and other sustainable materials.
Recycled Glass and Wood
Recycled decor products can be just as appealing as any other decor products. Vases, lamps and colored glass bottles make for exceptional decor pieces. Then there’s recycled wood. Whether it’s furniture or decoration, recycled wood is becoming more and more popular. It provides a rustic and warm feel.
Scrap Seat Belts!
This one is our favorite, and a little more specific than the others, but we couldn’t help but share! When you think about seat belts, I bet you don’t think of home decor. Well, check out this chair! It’s created with scrap seat belts. We’ve also seen a rocking chair and ottoman. We love seeing random materials being put to use. Products like this should continue to grow.
Be sure to look around you and become aware of your options while shopping, there’s more out there than you may have realized. Stylin’ and Eco-friendly!
You can even DIY! Here’s an idea for you: