By Caresse Rossignol. Home Design. Published at Tuesday, May 15th, 2018 - 00:09:31 AM.
An eco-friendly home is always designed to have water-efficient appliances. Many people have negative opinions of water conservation appliances because they have been faulty in the past. However, today water-efficient appliances are very effective; shower heads have good pressure and toilets do not need to be flushed twice.
But if florals, flocks and bright colours are not your thing there is still much to chose from which reflects the latest trends. Black and white needn't be confined to ultra-modern properties. More traditional-style Damask patterns, which look great in period homes, are everywhere and grace everything from wall-coverings to teapots. Black has to be glossy and polished to keep it looking rich and opulent. Use bold and sensuous shapes to add glamour.
Attention to minutes. The practicality of a home is decided by the minute details present in it. For instance, a separate niche for your microwave clears up space on the platform. Small storage areas make your space look well organized. So, pay attention to such minor elements and make your home perfect in every sense.
Xeriscaping is a type of landscaping that should be used for every new, eco-friendly garden. It utilizes plants that are appropriate for the region. This means that they work well with their natural surroundings. Also, plants used for xeriscaping are often plants that do not need much water. Traditional lawns are rarely part of xeriscaped gardens, as they are very "thirsty." If a home must have a lawn, native grasses that require less water should be chosen above non-native grasses.
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