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Green Trend: 19 Eco-Friendly And Recyclable Ideas For Home Decor

Wed, Dec 17, 2014 | Decorating, Going Green

Recyclable and renewable materials such as coconut and wood fibers, cardboard and cork are used to make eco-friendly and temptingly tactile screens, wall coverings and room partitions. Bamboo – an eco-friendly, highly renewable material – is used to make bamboo wall cladding. Can you imagine mosaic tiles made from coconut shells? This is a...Continue Reading...


Unique Sputnik Lamps Of Wood And Cotton

Thu, Jul 31, 2014 | Lamps

Sputnik is a Russian word meaning an artificial satellite, and also the name of unique lamps by French designers Julie Lansom. The lamps look really impressive and very relaxed, ideal for beach interiors or holiday homes – for every room! All the lamps are unique: they are entirely handmade of wood and cotton thread. The lamps come in different sizes and...Continue Reading...


Eco-Friendly Coastal House Invisible From A Distance

Fri, Jul 18, 2014 | Waterfront home designs

Today blending homes into landscapes is a hot trend in architecture as it looks harmonious and doesn’t spoil the natural look. Casa Till by WMR Arquitectos is located on the Chilean coast and was designed so that from a distance it would not be visible. The roof of Casa Till is level with a small hill in front of it and a path leads from the hill directly...Continue Reading...


52 Ideas To Use Driftwood In Home Décor

Tue, Jan 28, 2014 | Decorating, Going Green |

Using driftwood for décor is a brilliant idea because it’s not only beautiful but also eco-friendly because you use reclaimed old wood for creation of new and amazing designs. Driftwood items don’t always mean that a coastal or beach touch, they can look fantastically rustic. There are many cool creations by designers – driftwood tables, lamps,...Continue Reading...


Paving Stones With Holes For Greenery

Wed, Mar 6, 2013 | Going Green

Eco-friendly and green ideas become more and more actual and popular because nowadays it’s very important to take care of nature and let it integrate modern life. Caroline Brahme was awarded for creating Grey To Green – it’s a series of paving stones that can “host vegetation”. These paving stones would bring more greenery to any city, will make...Continue Reading...


Space Saving and Eco-Friendly Kitchen of Future

Tue, Nov 16, 2010 | Kitchen designs

Frederick Ohlén is a Swedish designer who is already thinking about the future. He has designed a kitchen that serves all the possible functions and occupies as little space as possible. Besides this kitchen is made of recycled materials classified as waste. The kitchen is modular and can be modified as needed. It helps you to separate your trash and...Continue Reading...


Crossway – Zero Carbon House in UK

This two weeks ago finished house is the new eco-home in UK which shows the combination of the latest technologies for energy saving with techniques dating back to medieval times. Technique of construction was used for the first time in Spain in 1382, known as the Catalan vault system. Low arch made of many layers of bricks glued to each other, with...Continue Reading...


Botanist Tables and Benches Collection

Thu, Feb 12, 2009 | Furniture, Going Green, Tables

Botanist collection consists of a cocktail table, nesting end table, and bench. They are collaborative eco-friendly products by internationally renowned designers and innovators. Leveraging a green approach to manufacturing and business they strongly believe that you can be profitable while make a positive social and environmental impact. Botanist is...Continue Reading...


Rehydr8 – Future of Water Filtering

Wed, Feb 11, 2009 | Kitchen Appliances

Have you ever dreamed about water filter with a great design which could not only filter water but also refrigerate it? If so, Rehydr8 water filter concept is going to fulfill your dreams. What is interesting that It could do that in eco-friendly way. The filter would use thermoacoustic refrigeration process that relies on sound waves and an environmentally...Continue Reading...