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The Sustainable Home: Easy Ways to Live with Nature in Mind

Author/EditorMagntorn, Ida (Author)
Magntorn, Ida (Author)
ISBN: 9781911682110
Pub Date07/04/2022
BindingPaperback
Pages144
Dimensions (mm)218(h) * 164(w) * 15(d)
A Considered Home is filled with handy and inspirational tips and lists - how to reduce plastic consumption, clean with eco-friendly products and working with the seasons to bring the outdoors inside. A beautifully produced small book on interiors with a focus on sustainability and wellbeing and creating a home with the environment in mind.
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A beautifully produced small book on interiors with a focus on sustainability and wellbeing and creating a home with the environment in mind.

A Considered Home is filled with handy and inspirational tips and lists - how to reduce plastic consumption, clean with eco-friendly products and work with the seasons to bring the outdoors inside. Ida Magntorn discusses improving your sleep, how to buy furniture that is multi-functional and beneficial for the environment, what plants are good for you and the environment and how to propagate them, and choosing natural paint colours and lighting that will save energy and boost your mood.

Contents include:

The earth's resources 11
A circular economy 17
Eco-boost the kitchen, 8 simple steps 24
Go on a plastic diet 41
Eco-boost the bedroom, 7 clever tips 55
Sheets - old is best 62
A good night's sleep 69
The wardrobe 70
Potted plants and clean air 77
Eco-boost the living room 88
My second-hand sofas 95
Follow the seasons 103
Lighting 105
Flowers - non-toxic and climate smart 114
Homemade plant food 122
The bathroom - your private spa 127
Eco-friendly bathroom dreams 128
Natural cleaning 134
Homemade cleaning detergents 135

This book is refreshingly illustrated with photos that aren't limited to stripped-back Scandi minimalism, there are elements of industrial and natural, pops of colour and hints of maximalism.

A beautifully produced small book on interiors with a focus on sustainability and wellbeing and creating a home with the environment in mind.

A Considered Home is filled with handy and inspirational tips and lists - how to reduce plastic consumption, clean with eco-friendly products and work with the seasons to bring the outdoors inside. Ida Magntorn discusses improving your sleep, how to buy furniture that is multi-functional and beneficial for the environment, what plants are good for you and the environment and how to propagate them, and choosing natural paint colours and lighting that will save energy and boost your mood.

Contents include:

The earth's resources 11
A circular economy 17
Eco-boost the kitchen, 8 simple steps 24
Go on a plastic diet 41
Eco-boost the bedroom, 7 clever tips 55
Sheets - old is best 62
A good night's sleep 69
The wardrobe 70
Potted plants and clean air 77
Eco-boost the living room 88
My second-hand sofas 95
Follow the seasons 103
Lighting 105
Flowers - non-toxic and climate smart 114
Homemade plant food 122
The bathroom - your private spa 127
Eco-friendly bathroom dreams 128
Natural cleaning 134
Homemade cleaning detergents 135

This book is refreshingly illustrated with photos that aren't limited to stripped-back Scandi minimalism, there are elements of industrial and natural, pops of colour and hints of maximalism.

Ida Magntorn is a writer and photographer with a focus on interiors. She has written blogs for ELLE Decoration and Femina, writes features for several lifestyle magazines and has been named Sweden's second hand expert by Erikshjalpen. Ida's other books include The Flea Market Book, From Flea Market to Fine Salon, Home Style by City and Home Stories. Her books have been translated into several languages.

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