Sustainability is a growing goal that many people seek to achieve to create a better future for all. Unfortunately, with the rise in mass production, stay sustainable while adding a personal touch to your home can be challenging. However, it is not impossible to accomplish such a feat, as there are many ways to decorate your home in a sustainable way.
Make Use of Nature
One of the best ways to decorate your home sustainably is to use the nature right outside. You may adorn your home with as many potted plants as you want. However, make sure to purchase your plants from local greenhouses or flower shops in your area.
You can also make your own decoration by gathering flowers and leaves from your backyard to create a wreath or stunning centerpiece. The best part is that you can dry out your flower decorations, making them a great piece to use again next year.
Purchase Handmade Products
Mass production is a huge issue in society and is detrimental to Earth's health, so you want to avoid purchasing mass-produced décor. The best way to avoid that is to search for artisans who create their own products instead of relying on chain corporations.
While there are many reasons to purchase handmade and artisanal products, one of the main motives is creators utilize only what they need, significantly reducing waste. What's more, artisans usually purchase supplies from local vendors, which helps continue the sustainable cycle.
Reupholster and Reuse
Countless pieces of décor and furniture need a second home you can provide. As such, consider checking out an antique store; many options available are both durable and timeless. I
f you want to take on a project, you can also visit a second-hand store and find many pieces needing some tender loving care. Reupholstering your décor is a fantastic way to stay sustainable while adding your personal touch.
With your new pieces ready for display, you should consider how you plan to display your furniture. Many people enjoy incorporating feng shui into their homes as it can help improve the overall atmosphere and energy.
Feng shui helps you create an efficient layout with open energy while only using the items you already own. When you intentionally place each piece in your home, you will find you need fewer material items to fill the space.
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About the PublisherBo Kauffmann is a residential real estate agent with over 18 yrs experience in helping buyers and sellers achieve their goals. Inducted into the REMAX Hall of Fame in 2010 and receiving the REMAX Lifetime Achievement Award in 2019, Bo has sold over 500 houses and condos in the Greater Winnipeg market. He is an accredited buyer representative (A.B.R.) and a Luxury Home Marketing Specialist. Bo provides exceptional service to First-Time Home-Buyers, Seniors looking to downsize and Home Sellers of all ages. He can be reached easily By E-Mail or call/text him Call/Text Here
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