So I heard your are going to do some remodeling...but hubby said only one room this year! What will you pick...the kitchen, your bathroom or the master suite? Or the craft room you always wanted.................
Where do you spend the most time?
Where does company gather?
Where do the kids do their homework?
What will make you happy?
Call me, we will talk...
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Posted: 04 Sep 2012 06:01 AM PDT
It used to be a rarified few who were interested in green principles for their homes. Now, it's commonplace, and it's common for interior design clients to expect their designers to know about green design. We're talking about low carbon impact, sustainability, using recycled materials, saving energy (in some cases, generating it with wind, solar, passive solar, and geothermal systems), reducing the use and wastage of water, and other means to lessen our homes' impact on the environment. A good designer is able to help a client select building materials, furnishings, and home systems that are eco friendlier. That might mean utilizing local-made materials that save transportation costs, using natural and sustainable materials, and covering the walls with no-VOC paints.
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