Eco-Friendly Redecoration: Making Your Space Beautiful and Sustainable 

14th Nov 2023

Take care of the Earth - without compromising the beauty of your designs!

Learn about the ways to make an impact on a greener future as a Redecorator!

picture of a boho room in a house with bamboo accents

We’re celebrating Recycle Days on Redecor! These days are here to bring our attention, as Redecorators, to the impact that we can have on the Earth. As environmental concerns grow bigger by the day, living sustainably and being conscious of our ecological footprint is paramount. For interior redecorators, this means embracing eco-friendly practices to create beautiful, comfortable spaces while treading lightly on the planet. Let’s explore how you can be an earth-friendly and recycling-conscious Redecorator! We assure you – you can. It’s all a matter of a few simple hacks. 


1. Sustainable Materials

When redecorating interiors, the choice of materials is crucial. Opt for sustainable materials like reclaimed wood, bamboo, cork, and recycled glass. These options are not only beautiful but also minimize the environmental impact of production. 

Stacks of lumber for recycling

2. Repurposing and Upcycling

Rather than discarding furniture and decor items, consider repurposing or upcycling them. Breathing new life into old pieces can add unique character to a space and reduce waste. 

This is also the place to mention selling secondhand goods or gifting them to others! No waste is a way of life for many, and the secondhand market for design items is at an all-time high. 

photo of a chair getting a makeover with all the makeover utensils

3. Recycling and Proper Disposal

Responsible disposal of waste is a key aspect of recycling consciousness. Ensure that discarded materials are sent for recycling or repurposing rather than ending up in landfills. 

a hand recycling paper into the proper trash can for paper recycling

4. Eco-Friendly Fabrics

Select fabrics made from organic materials, such as organic cotton, hemp, or bamboo, which have minimal environmental impact compared to traditional textile production.  

Fabrics have a huge impact on your overall design! Think of how light and airy a room can feel with see-through curtains letting all that natural light in, versus how suffocating it can get with tough, opaque fabrics. Theoretically speaking, energy efficiency can come into play with the fabrics you choose as well as the type of lighting fixtures! 

a stack of clothing with cotton on top

5. Sustainable Flooring

While stunning, the amount of energy and waste that goes into harvesting stone and marble makes them less than an ideal choice for recycling-minded clients. Consider eco-friendly flooring options like cork, bamboo, or reclaimed wood. These materials are not only eco-conscious but also aesthetically pleasing, making any room shine bright. 

picture of a boho room in a house with bamboo accents

As an interior redecorator, you have the power to make a significant impact on the environment by adopting eco-friendly and recycling-conscious practices. Let your designs be a testament to the fact that sustainable living and stunning interiors can go hand in hand, contributing to a greener, more beautiful world. 

Remember, sustainable interior redecoration is not just a trend; it’s a commitment to a brighter, eco-friendly future. 

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