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You must have heard about “green design” or seen it written in magazines. Lets understand what it actually stands for.
Green interior design should be aesthetical and functional like any goos interior design however It is different as it also accounts for the impact which the design has on physical health and the environment of human beings.
A green design at the same time can be as lustrous as the set of a futuristic science fiction movie or as simple as a grandpa’s living room. In simple words, green interior design can be a good interior design a designer should conceive.

Five Reasons to Go Green in Your Home
Breathe Easier –
Air inside the our home is two to five times more polluted than the air outside because of large amount of urea formaldehyde and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) off-gassed from the standard paints & adhesives used in interior finishes, furnishings and cabinets etc. one more reason however is poor venting of cooking stoves and gas heaters.Smoke, heat, vent out odors, moisture & toxins are dangerous to a healthy home If we use low- or no-VOC paint and adhesives, and paying attention to air circulation and ventilation, we can notably improve our indoor air quality (IAQ).
Stay Warm in winter –
By installing a stone concrete or ceramic, floor in south facing rooms we can significantly reduce our heating bills. It’s a design strategy known as passive solar. During winters, the hard floor acts as a “thermal mass,” catching the sun’s warmth during the day and releasing it at night. This green trick can keep you feeling comfortably cozy while reducing your heating bills up to 30 percent.
Save Money –
Incandescent light bulbs are the most expensive lighting while it’s true that incandescent bulbs have low price tags but they have to be replaced almost 10 times as often as a CFL (compact fluorescent) lamp and around 50 times more often than an LED.
Classic Easy-Bake ovens used incandescent bulbs for baking because they bulbs give a massive 90 percent of their energy as heat and merely 10 percent as light.
An LED bulb gives off almost zero percent heat, therefore in summers air conditioning costs are also cut down if LED lights are on. Energy efficient lighting saves money in more ways than we could imagine.
Improve Your Mood –
Studies show repetitively the encouraging effect daylight has on people’s moods, still we rely generally on artificial lighting in interior spaces. gladly, green design strategies originally developed for office interiors are more and more being used in homes. Window tinting, solar shades, leak proof skylights & light tubes etc. make use of sun shine better than ever.

Improve Your Sleep –
Dust mites are a universal allergen and a major cause of snoring. These creepy, minuscule critters live in carpets, mattresses, pillows & beddings etc. By choosing a healthier, wool-stuffed organic pillows & mattress (dust mites can’t stand wool), and moving on to sustainable hard flooring in place of allergen-infested carpet, you may discover yourself having sound sleep.

Ways a Green Interior Helps the Planet
Renews Instead of Removes –
Renewable resources are Sustainable. When replenishing materials endlessly is possible future generations should be able to achieve the same level of beauty and joy in their interiors and it will be taking nothing away from mother earth.

How to Find Certified Sustainable Wood Products.
Improves Air and Water Quality –
A green interior design ensures that no harmful chemicals are used in products as well as installation. Same way, materials that require a heavy use of pesticides and herbicides, for example conventional cotton, must be avoided & should be replaced with far less detrimental, organic choices. This improves air as well as water quality universally.
Decreases Our Need for Oil –
Although some petroleum based synthetic materials can be used in green interiors, they are usually made of recycled plastics for example carpets and fabric from PET bottles. This lessens our dependence on new oil and helps to keep significant amount of plastic out of landfills.
Supports Community-
Green design promotes using local sources and craftsmen thereby reducing the carbon footprint of materials & furnishings etc. therefore it also adds jobs and encourages industry in local economy.

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