How to Have an Eco-Friendly Impact in your Own Home

Oct 26, 2017
If you are like me, you’re probably often stuck between wanting to have an eco-friendly impact
and keeping your family healthy and on track. This balance may seem hard to achieve; it can be
tough to commit to large environmental projects when you’re busy being a working professional
and a mother. By being conscious consumers, there are small ways that we can make our homes
safer, healthier, and more eco-friendly that can make a real difference to the world we live in!
Start by introducing different products that you can incorporate into your home that will be safer
on the earth and for your family.

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Rugs and Carpets made with Recycled Cotton


The perfect area rug can be the finishing touch on a room that ties everything else together. It’s
also a piece that often comes in direct contact with our skin, whether we’re walking around
barefoot or the kids are crawling around on the floor. Hook & Loom is one example of a company that makes rugs with eco-cotton that have no harmful waste while also keeping the recycled
cotton fibers out of landfills. Check to make sure that these rugs are made without latex that
could emit harmful gas or chemicals into the air!

Low Emitting Children’s Bedroom Furniture

You will literally sleep better knowing your family isn’t breathing in harmful toxins while they’re
tucked in at night. When shopping for bedroom furniture for you and your kids, be on the lookout
for products that are low emitting and tested for chemicals. Land of Nod makes cribs like this one
that are marked with their “greenguard certificate,” ensuring that the products have been tested
for a number of chemicals that pollute the air inside our homes. Being conscious about what a
product’s materials are will benefit the health of your family and the Earth over time.

Reclaimed Dining Room Furniture

When furniture shopping, it’s a great idea to invest in companies who are investing in the future
of our world. There are many companies out there that are taking steps to better the
communities that we live in. Arhaus, for example, has partnered with American Forests and
pledged to plant a tree for every purchase made in store. Initiatives like this one can really make
a difference when just two trees can provide enough oxygen for one person to breathe over the
course of one year. Arhaus also makes their dining room furniture with recycled or reclaimed
wood, and has committed to never using wood from our endangered forests.

Sofas made with Organic and Safe fabrics

There’s nothing better than snuggling up with your family on the couch to watch a movie or play
a few board games. Being that your sofa is probably one of the most used pieces of furniture in
your home, you’ll want to make sure that it’s made from the right materials. Consider products
made from recycled and organic materials that are also free of toxic flame retardants. Enjoy
quality family time knowing that your sofa is easy on your skin and easy on the air that you breathe.


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