Getting ready to change up your kitchen, living room or even your whole house? It’s important to have a living space you feel comfortable and enjoy coming home to every day! We often look to buying new furniture, or items as a way to spruce up our living space. Taking a look at eco-designers will allow you to buy sustainably while also maintaining a beautiful interior. Whether you are looking for modern or rustic, having all your pieces come together for a stylish finished look will create a welcoming home.
Going green doesn’t mean you need to settle on fashionable or trendy designs. We have curated a list of eco-designer that take used items and recreate them into functional, beautiful pieces for your home!
Kelly LaPlante focuses on bringing trendy, sustainable, and vintage elements into your home. Check out her website and all the beautiful items in her Lookbook!
Simple Forms Design uses innovation, functionality and quality to create their sustainable products. Take a look at some of their minimalistic design pieces if you are thinking of updating your bathroom. Choose from their cork based collection, or their porcelain collection! Click here for more information about Simple Forms Design.
EcoLuxe Studios was created by two women who studied at Rhode Island School of Design and later met while working at an interior design firm together. Both women are active, passionate green designers. Their focus is on green design through restoring vintage mid-century furniture and keeping up with the latest designer trends. They show you that being eco-conscious can also be fashionable. Click here to take a look at their blog and recent ideas!
Vanessa Balinska is a recent graduate from Canada who focuses on practicality, sustainability and style. Using reclaimed and green materials she is able to create a sleek, and aesthetically pleasing look. Her goals are to make your home a healthy and sustainable space without sacrificing style. Click here for a look into some of Vanessa’s designs.
For more ideas on creating a sustainable living space take a look at our Pinterest board here. Do you have sustainable design tips? Share them with us in the comments below!