Experts believe integrating happiness and sustainability may be a recipe for positive climate action. In this post, we apply this idea to interior design.
I stretched the focus The Home Green’s resource recommendations a bit and included this lovely book because the story revolves around a home – a stately mansion in Philadelphia’s suburban neighborhood of Elkins Park. In addition, the author has been a vocal proponent of a more minimalist lifestyle that I think may be interesting to readers of this blog. If you like the book and end up wanting to know more about the author, I encourage you to check it out. But back to the story.
If you’ve found my blog, welcome – I’m excited you are here! I hope you’ll come back and join me as I explore the world of sustainable interior design. But who am I and why am I setting out on this adventure? To answer that, if you’ll bear with me, I couldn’t help but think …