How Will Interior Design Change In The Future?

Interior design has changed so much over the past few years, we’ve come a long way since the dark ages of magnolia. Creating spaces that are aesthetically pleasing, as well as being pleasing to mental wellbeing has grown in popularity through philosophies such as Feng Shui and Hygge. Another area of change that has been on the rise is socially conscious design.

Interior decor and design are good ways to start introducing eco-friendliness into our daily lives and homes. Use of recycled green materials such as bamboo, recycled plastic and straw can be seen in various furniture pieces and home accessories.

Making use of old furniture by giving them a new lease of life, through reupholstery and use of energy efficient lighting or the plain old beauty of natural light, add to the way you can create a more eco friendly home. Whether you’re decorating your living room, bedroom or kitchen, you can always incorporate a couple of sustainable and green elements that are going to make a difference.

We’ve listed a few products that use sustainable materials and are the perfect match for any stylishly, socially conscious home.

1. Only Home Moreton Live Edge 16 Bottle Wine Rack, £151.75 | Made from solid mango wood from a sustainable source

2. Amelia & Joseph Holkham Sliding Door Sideboard, £579.25 | Made with solid mango wood from a sustainable source

3. Only Home Oakfield Media Unit, £417.25 | Made with solid mango wood from a sustainable source

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