The Hemp & Sustainable Design Blog
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?
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.
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.
Interior design trends may not come and go as quickly as fashion trends, but there’s always something new on the radar for those looking to spruce up their homes. While many people may be focusing on tightening their budgets in 2023, some of the year’s biggest trends are compatible with DIY project, shopping sustainbly and shopping secondhand.
Organic home decor fits seamlessly with many styles. It is something that has been interwoven into many design trends over time, but is just now becoming popular as a stand-alone design aesthetic. While it might sound like a style that is hard to take from lofty concept and put into tangible action, it’s actually quite simple. Today, we will learn 7 simple ways to bring the natural world inside for quality, comfort and beautiful organic home decor.Accessorizing with throw pillows is one of the easiest ways to inject style into your living room, family room, or bedroom. And since there are so many affordable, beautiful pillows available, it's a shame to play it safe with just two or three solid-colored pillows—or worse, to limit yourself to the set that came with your couch.