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Eco-friendly ways of styling the home interiors

The best way to start thinking about the environment

While we are making an attempt to make the world more sustainable and adapt to environment-friendly habits, the same should reflect in the space we live in. When it comes to home décor and styling, one often picks up items and pieces that are made of materials that pose a great danger to the environment without us knowing about them. Right from the plastic that is involved in the making of the home décor material to the other hazardous items, there is a lot that we might be unaware of. So the best way is to incorporate environment-friendly home décor. Here are some eco-friendly home décor ideas.

Design that is effective in saving energy

Yes, a beautifully lit house is great to look at. From ceilings to floors, every room of the house these days is filled with electric bulbs. But instead, if the home design is done in a way that allows natural light to fall through the windows one can avoid electric wires and less consumption of electricity. While big window openings are a great source of light, solar panels are also great means of consuming electricity the natural way than abusing the resources. These changes contribute to stopping the greenhouse gas emissions that are caused by energy consumption.

Creating the best out of waste

For the wall décor and designs, the obvious option is to go shopping in the malls to pick the niche-looking pieces. Instead if one was to look the sustainable way, each home has some of the other items left in the storage that can be put together to make a beautiful art piece. The pieces of wood that are left can be patched up to make a piece of art or even shelves.

Up-cycling material to decorate homes

We live in a generation and age where a small dent in an item makes us want to throw that thing away since buying online is easier and cheap. But every time we throw away ends up in a landfill that is never treated. Instead, if we start looking on the other side of the items too before throwing we can give them a new life. With a heap of clothes all ready to be thrown away, take them and attach them into patches to form a big piece of cloth. Now you make a curtain out of it or a dress, it will be as new.      

Nirtika Pandita

A follower of Master Oogway, living by his words of Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery and today is a gift, which is why it is called the ‘Present’, I am trying to master the art of now. Keeping that in the center I am combining my professional prowess as a writer and nerves of a gastronaut to conquer the Saha world.
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