Looking for a sustainable glow-up at home? Here are some eco-friendly décor ideas.
It’s fair to say that in the last two years, the world has stayed home for a reasonable amount of time, either isolating or working remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Inevitably, you may have felt the urge to upgrade your coffee table or buy a new stylish bedside cabinet – that you might not need.
Fortunately, we’ve got some home décor ideas that are both sustainable and affordable in case you need an upgrade.
Plants are friends
Plants are not only aesthetic but essential for minimising toxins and purifying the air at home.
It’s essential to make a mindful purchase avoiding plastic pots or chemical-based fertilisers that are detrimental to the environment.
If you have a busy routine, choose low-maintenance plants such as succulents as they are happy with just a bit of sun, water and of course, love.
Painting, not wasting
Recycle and repurpose old pieces of furniture. Painting furniture is a creative way to minimise waste and costs. This also means you have a a personalised piece . So pick a rainy Sunday and have fun.
Source what you need from local businesses. The upfront cost might look higher, however they handcraft products that will last longer, which is the opposite of mass created products. Moreover, international shipping is a high CO2 emitter.
Your house lighting can look cool and be eco-friendly at the same time. Make sure you bright up your space with recycled or reclaimed materials and energy efficient bulbs.
Be sustainable inside and out with solar rooftop for the perfect match.
These are just a few simple ways to contribute to a sustainable lifestyle in an enjoyable and most importantly, achievable way.
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