While buying something with high aesthetic appeal, we often forget how much it damages the environment. In fact, as Mahatma Gandhi rightly put it ‘There’s enough in the world for everyone’s need. Not for greed.’ If everyone in the world focuses only on his or her needs, then we won’t have to worry about the environment anymore. But does this mean that we need to give up luxury completely and live the life of an ascetic? Absolutely not. By adopting a minimalist attitude and by using only eco-friendly luxuries, we can still make a difference. Here are 10 wall clocks made using recycled materials that show what eco-conscious luxury means.
We can construct or renovate the interiors of our houses using eco-friendly products. Many of such green products are available in the market and they are easy on the budget too. Nowadays, many architects and interior designers suggest the eco-friendly house models that can help your house be safe and ecological. The awareness is rising and many homemakers turning their mind towards ecological interiors.
Home Design and Environmental Protection
When one decides on the interior decoration of the home, many rooms have to be designed according to the type of room, whether it is a kitchen, living room or a bedroom. Also another important aspect is to consider is who is going to be using that room. For example an interior design of a children’s bedroom is usually different from a master bedroom.