Many large-scale renovations only make sense for homeowners. Naturally, you don’t want to invest your hard-earned money on costly upgrades that get left behind when moving out of an apartment or rental home. But luckily, there are lots of ways to reduce your environmental footprint and save money even if you don’t own the property you call home.
Indoor plants don’t just look good. Besides adding aesthetic appeal to your home, houseplants dramatically improve indoor air quality by filtering pollutants and naturally freshening your living space.
EcoSmart ethanol fireplaces deliver warmth and ambiance, minus the smoke. And they’re available in dozens of designs for any space in your home, indoors or outside.
In cold climates, wintertime doesn’t just mean chilly air – it means very dry air as well. Adding humidity into the air in your home can make it more comfortable, but did you know it can save energy too? Maintaining the proper humidity level in your home can make it feel several degrees warmer – which means staying just as comfortable with the thermostat set lower.
We love stories. And we love items that have a story behind them, which is especially true when they used to be something else. From home decorations to jewelry, from office supplies to luggage, here are some of our favorite upcycled gift options for your eco-conscious friends and family.
Designer Yves Behar created the SAYL chair with freedom in mind – both freedom of movement, and freedom from unnecessary materials. The result is an elegant and comfortable chair that earned a silver MBDC Cradle to Cradle certification.
Located in the bustling Pearl Distict of Portland, 937 is a luxurious high-rise condominium complex that boasts both luxurious living and extremely eco-friendly design.