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The Top 10 Bathroom Trends Given a Green Makeover

Did you know bathrooms are by far the main source of water use in the home, accounting for nearly 75% of total consumption? Clearly, it’s a vital space for incorporating sustainable design. Beyond reducing water use, consider all of the other ways you can go green in the bathroom: install an energy-efficient exhaust fan, choose a reclaimed wood vanity (or adapt an old dresser), install a greywater system that waters your garden with your shower water – the list goes on and on!

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11 Eco-Friendly House Building Materials Based on Waste

Did you know the people of this world create 1.3 billion TONS of garbage each year? That’s the equivalent of over 3,000 Empire State Buildings! And guess who leads the pack? The United States. Part of the solution is to change our perspective. Maybe trash isn’t really garbage? These products prove that one man’s trash truly is another man’s treasure.

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Mission Statement

Stuart had the foresight to create a mission statement to guide the project and says whenever they veered from it, they regretted it. Read his and create your own.

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Want to Be Happier, Healthier, and More Productive? Go Green.

It’s true! Research shows that green buildings have a hugely positive impact on the health (mental and physical) of the lucky people who live and work there. Going green means improving indoor air quality, making use of natural lighting, and using eco-friendly materials — all of which contribute to your happiness, health, and productivity.

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7 Products for an Eco-Friendly, Healthy Bedroom

The bedroom is a place to rest and rejuvenate – and (hopefully) you’ll be spending many, many hours sleeping in yours. Above all else, this is the room that should promote health, well-being, and peace of mind. And here’s a happy thought: It’s possible to design an eco-friendly, healthy bedroom in any style, and on any budget.

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Yolo Colorhouse Paint

In 2005, Colorhouse was founded by artists who were looking for a premium paint that was safer for them and our planet. Their low odor paints have superior coverage and contain no VOCs (volatile organic compounds), no reproductive toxins, no chemical solvents, and no toxic fumes/HAPs-free.

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