Talk about eco-friendly lights, and it can’t get any greener than this – literally! Scientists at MIT have made a breakthrough in making the watercress plant glow in the dark. The day is not far when you could have a plant as your reading lamp. Instead of working in the light of LEDs, you may just be able to work in the illumination of a plant. They would add beauty to your workspace, and make it bright enough so that you won’t have to resort to any artificial light. Read on to find out more details:
Lighting candles transforms the mood of a room completely. You feel calmed and relaxed by such a simple thing as the soothing glow of candlelight. Instead of buying expensive candles, you can easily make them at home. For some bright colors, you can use the small bits and pieces of leftover crayons to make a beautiful multi-colored candle. What’s more, you can add some essential oils to add a delightful fragrance. Read on to find out how to make your own candles using old crayons:
Having plants in the house is good for the overall environment of the house. The therapeutic benefits of natural plants are not hidden to us. While some of us have the liberty of enjoying a nice back yard, most of us that live in apartments have to make do with pots.
In the recent eco-awareness of the masses, designers are moving towards creating sustainable fashion as well and Upcycling is such a concept. So what exactly does it involve and is it really green?
As more and more people are becoming eco-aware, they want to purchase eco-friendly and sustainable textiles and linens as well. Here are some tips on how to choose well.