Learning to recycle is simply fundamental. It certainly is if we want to be people who are committed to the environment, to take care of our planet and to slow down the rate of climate change. Don’t know the right way to recycle at home? No worries. We’re here to help - for your sake and for the environment!
The potential to repurpose, repair, reuse, resell or recycle will be built in to all our products by 2030. Even now, there’s often an easy way to prolong the life of your furniture rather than send it to the landfill. Here are some small decisions you can make today to have a positive impact on the planet.
Did you know that a quick ten-minute nap is all it takes for you to recharge? When it’s time to give your head a rest, some places are more inviting than others. But no matter where you like to relax, we have all the upgrades you need to feel the sweet power of a summer daytime nap.
Today, 60% of our products use renewable materials. And our goal is that all our materials will be renewable or recycled by 2030. Over the years, we’ve made it easier than ever to find affordable home furnishings that are better for the environment.
Some households waste several liters of fresh water each day – and let energy fly out the window. Don’t flush your money down the drain, too! Changing your habits in small ways can make a world of difference by preserving resources, as well as cut your utility bills.
Living a more sustainable life is about protecting the environment – it’s also about improving your personal health and well-being. Decent air quality, adequate physical activity and good sleep are important for everyone. Here are some small ways you can make a big difference for your health and the planet.
Jars, carafes, candle holders and other glassware that you already have at home can be a great starting point for a refreshing flower display. Set your creativity free with your favourite picks from outside or the florist.
A rug on the wall can truly transform a room – the look, the feel and even the sound. Choosing a new one gives you plenty of design options, but giving a rug you already have a new lease on life is also a resourceful way to go.
Few things make a bedroom come alive like the freshness of green. Bedroom plants – real and artificial – with matching bed linen and details like floral glassware and other decorations are a wonderful way to spruce things up.
Florals for summer may not be ground-breaking, but there are plenty of ways to incorporate them into your home in unexpected and unique ways. Whether it’s a subtle bunch of posies on a sofa cushion, a floral duvet cover to revitalise your bedroom, or a candle that fills your home with a sweet scent of jasmine, this season is all about the power of flowers.