Updated: Oct 26, 2018
Looking for something new to read in your leisure time, on your morning commute?
We’re sharing our top 4 favorites reads that will surely spark your sustainable interior inspiration!
Books are fascinating to read and can transport you to another place. Not only are books valuable to read but they are also a big part of interior decor. Books can give you tons of inspiration for your home interiors and they can also be styled on your coffee tables, bookcases and shelves.
The average person reads over 200 books in their lifetime; here are 4 books that definitely shouldn't miss your shelves!
1. THE KINFOLK HOME Interiors for Slow Living
Here’s a book for you to curl up with a cup of hot tea! This book showcases truly inspirational interiors that are all about slow living.
Nathan Williams writes that:
“Slow living isn’t about luxury or laziness, nor is it about forgoing our most beloved belongings –
it’s about identifying what, and whom, we simply cannot live without.”
The pages are filled with beautiful photographs homes that embody the idea of slow living and will encourage you to adopt this into your own home.
Find it HERE
2. ZERO WASTE HOME
The Ultimate Guide to Simplifying Your Life by Reducing Your Waste
Sustainable blogger Bea Johnson writes the ultimate guide for living sustainably at home!
It might seem like reducing your waste is a daunting, impossible challenge.
However Bea proves that you can accomplish your goals and lower your home’s impact on the Earth with small changes that don’t forfeit comfort or style!
By following the 5 R’s (Refuse, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Rot) you will learn how you can apply these principles to every area of your home from your kitchen to your bedroom. Zero Waste Home offers you less wasteful alternatives that will help you simplify and declutter your living space.
Read it HERE
Reclaimed and Remade Furniture,
Lighting and Interiors
Antonia Edwards writes an inspiring and beautiful book about ways of dealing with the waste that is constantly generated by our throw-away culture, as well as rescuing and extending the life of post-consumer materials.
Designers are leading the way to solve our waste problem in ways that create unique furniture pieces for your home.
Upcycling transforms materials such as single-use plastic and "trash" into eclectic and modern interiors that will give you a new perspective on creative repurposing!
Buy it HERE
4. THE COMPLETE ZERO WASTE MINIMALISM GUIDE
Increase Your Happiness by Reducing Your Waste In Order to Achieve a Minimalist Lifestyle
Want to turn your home into a minimalist’s oasis? This is the book for you!
Lucy Johnson writes that “Minimalism is a lifestyle that promotes self-reliance while encouraging individuals to enjoy every moment, indulge their passions, and own all the basic necessities of comfortable and content living!"
Learning how to reduce waste and clutter build up in your home and life are important for bringing in positive energy and a fresh perspective on sustainable living.
Read it HERE