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Transform Your Home with Eco-Friendly materials

Are you building your dream home or want to revamp an existing space? There are several eco-friendly ways to transform your indoors and outdoors affordably. These are sustainable materials to elevate your space while still caring for the environment. Many eco-friendly solutions are durable and cheaper than most natural materials such as hardwoods and their derivatives.

For more information, you can check out Tylko’s guide to sustainable materials, but here are some top choices:

Recycled Plastic

Plastic by itself is non-biodegradable and causes pollution to the environment. However, recycled plastic yields yarn and fabric that can be used to make beautiful rugs and other upholstery in the home. Materials made from recycled plastic are easy to clean and comprises vibrant colours that warm up any space. Some forms of plastic, such as high-density polyethylene, can be incorporated into furniture, cutting wooden furniture costs.

Natural stones

These offer a unique finish for bathroom and kitchen countertops. Even if you used the same rock for different cuts in various places in your home, each piece would be unique, and this is the beauty of natural stones. They last forever, and you are sure you will not need any more materials in their place, which translates to fewer wastes and fewer materials used in construction and refurbishing. Smaller natural stones look beautiful on planters and centrepieces for a natural feel in your home.

Bricks

If you want timeless beauty in your space, then bricks are the right choice. Despite being durable, they are aesthetically appealing with their unique terracotta colour. Bricks make great accent walls or a perfect finish for a fireplace. You can also use bricks for the outdoors for landscaping, providing a beautiful and lasting decor solution for the outdoors.

Iron

Iron has been used from ancient times in palatial homes for a lasting solution for most gates and doors. It is sturdy and amplifies security in a beautiful, crafty way. Heated iron is malleable and can be used to create all sorts of designs for gates and doors. It comes in different finishes, and you can choose one that suits the style of your home. Iron is recyclable and can be used repeatedly for various functions in your home.

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