How to Design an Eco-Friendly Kitchen

There are many benefits of including eco-luxury products, building materials, and technology in the design of your home ranging from environmental to convenience and sanitization. These qualities are especially important in the kitchen where you’re preparing and eating food. So without further ado, here are our top tips for designing an Eco-Friendly Kitchen:

How to Design an Eco-Friendly Kitchen

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10 Quick Tips for Making Your Kitchen Eco-Friendly in a Flash

1. Swap wood and plastic with sustainable bamboo

2. Utilize natural light as much as possible, and include fluorescent lights which use less energy

3. Use natural-fiber textiles on dining chairs and barstools

4. Buy Energy-Star Appliances to save energy

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5. Opt for Top-Bottom style refrigerators over side by side models so that less air escapes

6. Repurpose Takeout Containers as Tupperware – this is an easy one that reuires very little to be eco-friendly in the kitchen!

7. Include Plants as Decor to refresh the air and add a living element to the space

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8. Use solid wood or other non-hazardous materials for cabinets

9. Choose faucets with aerators to save you hundreds of gallons a year for a more Eco-Friendly Kitchen

10. Include tile wherever possible or if you must paint, op’t for water-based paints

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