EMBRACE ECO-FRIENDLY MATERIALS
Teams went big on eco-friendly solutions for Katie & Alex, adding solar panels, skylights and other energy-efficient solutions to their country home. Another way to embrace your eco side is to think carefully about purchases and how they will fit and function in your home. Where possible choose natural, eco-friendly or recyclable materials, such as mango wood, bamboo, recycled timber, wool, linen and rattan. Consider upcycling wooden furniture by repainting it in an on-trend colour. Think outside the square: Mikaela and Eliza used our reclaimed teak outdoor table
as an indoor dining table, which fit with the theme and perfectly complemented the neutral, light-filled living room. Remember, décor can be imperfect, organic and a little rough around the edges – it adds character and charm.
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Those ” X ” table feet, IS THE STRONGEST foot in the furniture world, has a secret. And I know it because I AM THE CREATOR OF IT. The materials are the best RECLAIMED TEAK ever.
I WILL SHOW TO THE WORLD.