The word “green” today, when used in reference to home design, means the utilization of environmentally conscious products and methods that are becoming more and more popular. Individuals interested in green spaces may be unsure of how to achieve a sustainable bathroom or kitchen. Getting started could involve selecting fixtures that are water efficient. Low-flow faucets and showerheads and reduced-capacity toilets can do much to reduce water usage. Being sustainable entails more than cutting back on water. Other changes can be implemented simultaneously or over time. Recycled glass tile makes a unique backsplash and also works in a shower surround. It makes the most of glass that has been recycled and is a smart, eco-friendly choice. Consider flooring that also utilizes recyclable or sustainable materials. Vinyl flooring created from recycled composite materials can be practical. In terms of energy conservation, reduce the thermostat on the water heater. Switch out inefficient light fixtures for fixtures that use CFL bulbs or even LEDs. | Read More