Blend style and sustainability in your space with these eco-friendly décor ideas.
Many of us spend hours scrolling through Instagram and Pinterest, searching for décor ideas and trends we could add to our space to upgrade our home’s style. However, have you ever thought of making your home look better with eco-friendly décor ideas? Ever since the pandemic started, interior experts predicted that people will start to choose sustainable home décor and materials since it will be more beneficial in the long run. But, choosing eco-friendly décor while keeping your home’s style can be challenging, especially if you don’t know where to start.
So if you’re considering giving your space a green makeover and steer your home in a sustainable direction, read ahead for interior-designer-approved eco-friendly décor ideas and tips!
Buy Fewer, But Better
One of the eco-friendly ideas to upgrade your space and make it more sustainable is to buy pieces that will last. Invest in quality pieces and sustainable furniture that you could reuse. If you’re budget-conscious, buy fewer but better furniture pieces that will speak for your style.
Decorate With Eco-Friendly Materials When Possible
You could still decorate your space according to yearly trends by swapping in eco-friendly materials like natural fibers and dyes, recycled or reclaimed pieces, and using non-toxic paint.
Reupholster Before You Replace
Before you throw away your old furniture pieces, think if you could refurbish them or reupholster them. Aside from it helps Mother earth by reducing waste, you could refresh your space and get the style you’re looking for without spending much.
Did you know that interior designers prefer to shop secondhand rather than buy new pieces? Secondhand pieces and old pieces add more character to the space without breaking the bank. Plus, you’re helping local shops, vintage shops, and craftsmen to thrive.
It’s time to reevaluate your home’s décor pieces and ask yourself if you’re making your home and your environment a friendly and better place to live in. Learn more interior design tips and ideas on Omysa’s Design blog. Happy decorating!