What many homeowners learn the hard way is that there’s a lot more to interior design than picking furniture and painting a few walls. How you design your interior directly impacts the functionality, carbon footprint, comfort and aesthetics of your home.
Bamboo is one of the most versatile eco-friendly materials available. As a fast-growing grass, it is an easily renewed, very sustainable resource. Even though this is a major factor contributing to bamboo’s popularity, there’s no denying the appeal of its warm natural aesthetic, which can be adapted to suit a countless range of styles. Having used bamboo in many of our design projects, here are just a few suggestions of brilliant ways to use it in your home.
As the popularity of sustainable design soars, homeowners are increasingly seeking inventive ways to make their properties greener. One chic new biodesign trend that we highlighted in an earlier blog post is the living or green wall, which is a self-sufficient vertical garden attached to an interior wall. In fact, this eco-friendly trend has become such a hit that we’re going into more detail here on why living walls are a brilliant way to brighten up your home.