Concerns about global warming and the overall health of the planet seem have grown exponentially. The interior design industry and its consumers are rethinking its supply chain, shifting toward more sustainable practices, more ethical furniture, fabrics, and decorative objects. Decorating your home with ethics in mind is not about one particular look or style. It is however about considering the impact of your choices on the health of the planet. This includes the choices you make when it comes to materials such as paints, furnishings and the accessories you use to design your home.
We are all familiar with the concept of eco-friendly and sustainable materials but how do we necessarily incorporate this into our home? Is it actually possible to mix new and old and have the same luxury delivered responsibly, with low impact on the environment, and without compromising on style?
We asked Zoë Feldman to walk us through her designer tips to source ethically while still creating beautiful spaces. Zoë Feldman's Design firm specializes in implementing green practices into each project. Her tips will make it easier for you to be more mindful and less wasteful as you create a beautiful and unique home.