Eco-friendly Interior: create a Sustainable Home in the best way?

Miljövänlig Inredning: skapa ett Hållbart Hem på bästa sätt? - QLEANTAB®

We at QLEANTAB believe that sustainable home cleaning is an important component of an environmentally friendly home, but it is not the only thing that counts. Interior design also plays a decisive role when it comes to reducing your environmental impact and creating a healthy and beautiful home. By choosing sustainable furnishing options, you create a harmonious and pleasant atmosphere in your home, while contributing to a cleaner planet.

Recycled Materials: When considering furniture and decorations for your home, take a look at options that are made from recycled materials. Today there are many websites where you can find used. Reclaimed wood and recycled metal products are excellent examples of environmentally friendly choices. These materials not only add a rustic and unique touch to your home, but also reduce the need to extract raw materials and cut down new trees. In fact, recycling is critical to conserving forests and natural resources. We use 100% post-consumer recycled aluminum when making our bottles, this is because aluminum is a lightweight and durable material that is perfect for making bottles that will last at least a lifetime.

Energy Efficient Lighting: Lighting is a key factor in your home, by switching to energy efficient lighting you can significantly reduce your energy consumption. Traditional light bulbs are known energy guzzlers, choose LED lights instead. LED lamps are significantly more energy efficient and have a longer lifespan. By replacing your light bulbs, you not only save energy and money, but also reduce your carbon footprint.

Sustainable Textiles: Textiles used for furniture, curtains and cushions can also be sustainable. Choose textiles made from organic or recycled materials. Cotton, linen and hemp are some examples of natural and environmentally friendly textiles. You can also look for textiles that are certified with environmental labels such as GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) or OEKO-TEX Standard 100, which guarantees that the textiles do not contain any dangerous chemicals.

Minimalism: Overconsumption is a big problem when it comes to interior design. Many times our homes are filled with items that we don't really need. By embracing minimalism and choosing fewer, but high-quality interior items, you can create a more functional and aesthetically pleasing home, while minimizing unnecessary consumption and waste. Minimalism is about keeping only the things that really have value to you and your home. Take a look under the sink or in the cleaning closet, how many different sprays and disposable plastic bottles do you have?

Creating a sustainable home is about making conscious and environmentally friendly choices, both when it comes to cleaning and furnishing. By using recycled materials, energy-efficient lighting, sustainable textiles and embracing minimalism, you can create a home that is not only beautiful, but also contributes to a cleaner planet. Welcome a sustainable lifestyle and create an environmentally friendly oasis that you can be proud of.

Follow our usage tips if you want a clean home, a clean conscience and a clean planet.