Aesthetics jumped on the ”green” waggon too as more and more interior designers seem to be turning to Mother Nature for inspiration, so now, choosing eco-friendly options for the interior doesn’t mean that you have to sacrifice on the aesthetic front.
The most basic and obvious way to an eco-friendly home is through the introduction of potted plants, herbs and flowers. Besides bringing in visual charm, plants also improve air quality, filter out pollutants, and have a positive effect on your everyday mood.
Wood is simply the best natural material to use not only for your furniture pieces but also flooring, supporting columns and walls. It adds warmth to the interior, softens color contrasts and is excellent for creating unique rooms in rustic or classic style.
Another smart way of creating an eco-friendly indoor is by letting as much sunlight in as possible, thus maximizing daylight.
Silk, linen, cotton, and wool are all natural materials that will spruce up the ambience of your home without compromising visual unity of other natural elements. To liven up the décor, use textiles in bright colors as these can add warmth and cheer to even the dullest of backdrops.
Turning to eco-friendly interior design is a smart and responsible thing to do because it is not only beneficial for you, but also for the environment. WE have many eco friendly made rugs including one range in particular which is made from recycled plastic bottles. To browse our rug range click here: www.kukoon.com