Open up any architecture and design magazine and you’ll probably see articles or photos that feature sustainable or “green” design. More than just a trend or concept with few product choices, sustainable design does not yield a limitation on the possibilities of your interior design or remodel.
Regardless of your style preferences, there’s a growing range of innovative and attractive sustainable and recycled product choices to incorporate into your home.
Wood cabinets from certified sustainable sources such as bamboo, hardwood floors created with reclaimed wood, durable countertops containing recycled glass, renewable fiber or recycled paper are just a few popular green options that Douglah Designs uses for our kitchen and bath remodel projects.
This kitchen remodel by Douglah Designs features Vetrazzo recycled glass countertops and FSC-certified wood cabinets that are free of formaldehydes and harmful VOCs.
“Floors made from the heart of the tree last virtually forever, so we can recover wood flooring from old structures and use it to create new floors with a history and a rich, warm character unlike any other. It’s another way of using all of our resources to their fullest in order to preserve our forests.” —Carlisle Wide Plank Floors
Eco-friendly trough style bathroom sink by Native Trails made with cement and natural jute fiber.