From taking a shower to washing dishes and clothes, we use multiple gallons of water every day at home. A certain level of usage is essential, but many households are squandering water needlessly. Simple measures such as using low-flow showerheads, using dishwashers and washing machines only when full or nearly full, and upgrading to modern appliances can significantly cut the amount of water you use in your home. It’s a resource that’s far too precious not to conserve, and this infographic from Nature’s Water can help you to reel in excess water consumption.
As we experience more and more effects of the climate change, more people choose to go eco-friendly in all spheres of their lives. The demand for organic, green and natural products and services is bigger than ever before so many branches of the industry, including construction, are becoming more environmentally conscious. So, if you’re thinking of refreshing your home, think about our planet and go green with your remodel.
The bedroom is a universal synonym for a safe haven. A place you can unwind and be your truest self, where you can leave the hectic world behind and all worries at the threshold. Then the best thing you can do for yourself and for keeping your sanity is make it as cozy and relaxing as possible. With the countless different stores providing adorable furniture pieces and decoration, picking the right one can be quite overwhelming and even exhausting. We are here to tell you it’s all going to be fine and we have your back. Here are some original, imaginative, and most importantly, 100% green ideas for decorating and cleaning, you can apply to your favourite place in the world – the holy bedroom!
The obvious benefit is that it reduces energy consumption, but the benefits of natural light extend far beyond that. Famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright so eloquently describes how ‘more and more, so it seems to me, light is the beautifier of the building’, and it sure does bring something special to a home.
We walk all over them every day. Backwards and forwards. Up and down. Our floors are probably the most used areas of our homes and yet they’re often neglected.
Stains are a big deal, especially if you have pets and/or children. And if you’ve just spent a lot of money on a carpet or rug, you absolutely want to be armed with the knowledge of how to remove the most likely stains. Because accidents happen, no matter how careful you are.
Then you’ve got laminate flooring, wood, tiles…and you may have all of these, in one house! Phew! How do you know what’s best in caring for each one?
With this Ultimate Floor Cleaning Guide, that’s how! With advice on everyday care and stain removal for different types of flooring, this guide will be your one stop shop for ensuring all your floors live long, and prosper!