5 Eco Decor Tips for Spring

Neonimo posters hanging in bright living room

Spring is the perfect time to breathe new life into your living space! However, it's important to approach home decor with sustainability in mind. By making conscious choices, you can create a space that not only looks beautiful but also minimizes its environmental impact. Here are five sustainable tips for refreshing your home decor this spring:

Forest Stewardship Council

1. Embrace FSC-certified posters and art prints

When it comes to decorating your walls, opt for FSC-certified posters and art prints. The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) ensures that products come from responsibly managed forests, promoting sustainable forestry practices. At Neonimo, you can find a wide selection of FSC-certified wall art prints that will add a pop of colour and personality to your space without harming the planet.

Reusable cork material

2. Incorporate natural and eco-friendly materials

Choose furniture and decor made from natural and eco-friendly materials such as bamboo, cork, or reclaimed wood. These materials not only lend a warm and organic feel to your home but also reduce the demand for new resources. Look for items like bamboo side tables, cork placemats, or reclaimed wood shelves to add a touch of sustainability to your interior design.

Indoor plants in sunny room

3. Bring the outdoors in

One of the simplest ways to refresh your home decor for spring is by incorporating elements from nature. Bring in potted plants, fresh flowers, or even branches and twigs to add a sense of freshness and vitality to your space. Not only do plants improve air quality and promote a sense of well-being, but they also serve as natural decor accents that can be easily switched out with the changing seasons.

Hand changing to an energy efficient lightbulb

4. Opt for energy-efficient lighting

Lighting plays a crucial role in setting the mood and ambiance of your home. When updating your lighting fixtures, opt for energy-efficient options such as LED bulbs or solar-powered lights. These eco-friendly alternatives not only consume less energy but also last longer, reducing the need for frequent replacements. Additionally, consider maximising natural light by strategically placing mirrors and choosing sheer curtains that allow sunlight to filter through.

Hands measuring fabric for upcycling project

5. Repurpose and upcycle

Get creative with your home decor by repurposing and upcycling items you already own. Instead of throwing away old furniture or accessories, consider giving them a new lease on life with a fresh coat of paint, reupholstering, or repurposing them for a different use. Not only does this reduce waste and save money, but it also adds a personal touch to your decor that can't be replicated with store-bought items.

There you have it!

Refreshing your home decor for spring doesn't have to come at the expense of the planet. By incorporating sustainable practices into your design choices, you can create a space that is both beautiful and eco-friendly. From choosing FSC-certified posters to embracing natural materials and upcycling old items, there are countless ways to make your home decor more sustainable this spring. So go ahead, let your creativity flourish and watch your home bloom with new life!

Stay colourful!

Namalee at Neonimo xx

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