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  • 10 Ways to Make Your Home More Eco Friendly

    The idea of making your home “eco-friendly” can often feel overwhelming, the good news is that it doesn’t have to be. Urban Re-Leaf Home has put together 10 ways you can reduce your home's carbon footprint. Create an eco-friendly home by starting with the small things, over time you can take bigg...
  • Eco-Design Ideas You Can Do Without Remodeling

    In an ideal world, every home would be built from sustainable materials and equipped with eco-friendly features such as solar panels, double glazed windows and energy efficent appliances.

    But even if you lack the ability or the budget to make big changes to your house or rental apartment, the good news is that it’s possible to make any space a little greener by making thoughtful, more conscious choices about interior design and décor.

  • 5 Sustainability Trends in Home Design for the Eco-Friendly

    With the climate crisis and deforestation continuing to mount, and with so much unfair treatment of workers and artisans around the globe, the design world will undoubtedly continue to focus on sustainability this year. I have gathered together 5 sustainability trends that will help you become more eco-friendly when creating your home.
  • What is a Wellness Home?

    What is a Wellness Home?

    Stress, food habits and environment all have an impact on our health. A wellness home is a space that is created keeping in mind the environment that a person needs for healthier living.

    Wellness homes offer home buyers a healthier and sustainable living space. Most of these wellness homes concentrate on a few basic factors like air, water, light, nourishment, fitness, mind and comfort.

  • 10 Eco Friendly Interior Design Tips

    Top 10 Eco-Friendly Interior Design Tips

    Fortunately, it’s easy to be green. In fact, you’ll be well on your way with a few insightful sustainable interior design ideas. Moreover, residential, commercial, and industrial spaces can benefit equally from eco-design. 

  • Three reasons to use Bold Colors

    1. Primary colors against a muted background

    Toss a red pillow on the neutral-tone recliner to bring a touch of warmth to your home. Vibrant colors make a special piece stand out.

    A royal blue throw can offset the earthy tones of a sofa or bedspread. If you use two primary colors, it can brighten the whole room as much as a new coat of  Bright design patterns – show