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Eco-Friendly Decorating Ideas

December 8, 2013
Creative Recycle

Eco-Friendly Decorating Ideas: Nature is something that should never lack from our personal spaces.

Despite its benefic effects, both for your breath and soul, green is often overlooked, due to lack of time or room. Here, some “no-ordinary” fascinating solutions to help you bringing nature inside your houses.

Creative Recycle

Creative Recycle

Looking for a reason not to thrash old, shabby furniture? Turn it into planters! This solution represents an application of the so called “creative recycle”, an interior design philosophy ideated by the designer duo Peter Bottazzi and Denish Bonpace.

Eco-friendly chair

Eco-friendly chair

The series, called Da Morto A Orto (from redundant to abundant) was presented at the recent Milan Furniture Fair and aims to change the way we look at objects that surround us: old furniture is given a new life. A Simple and money saving DIY, here it is.

Kai Like's design

Kai Like’s design

When thinking about plants, what comes to our minds is what emerges from the ground: flowers, leaves and trunks; but how fascinating are the roots intertwining and twisting with one another? The British designer, Kai Like focuses on and highlights roots themselves. Her collection is characterized by the use of small transparent containers to host branches, grasses, bulbs, bamboo and other fast growing plants.

Eco-friendly design

Eco-friendly design

It sure takes time, but the outcome is fascinating and eco-friendly. WollyPocket is a series of planters that will help you to quickly and easily create lush green walls and vertical gardens on any indoor or outdoor wall, fence or railing. The planters are 100% recycled plastic, and come in different sizes, shapes and colors, all you need is a well lightened wall!

Eco-friendly design

Eco-friendly design

At http://www.woollypocket.com/you can find useful tips and several ideas for how to use woollypockets to create your vertical garden or green wall design. That’s just a taste on how going green, now it’s up to you: be creative and have fun bringing green inside your houses!

To learn more read: CasaNoi
Author: Martina Adami

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