Earth Day Picks: Eco-Luxurious Living

Representatives of over 150 countries, including the United States and China, gathered at U.N. headquarters in New York on Friday, April 22, 2016 – Earth Day – to sign the Paris Agreement, which contains pledges to reduce environment-damaging emissions.

When we beautifully design your space, we take into consideration your environmental preferences. With years of extensive research on eco-friendly products and systems, we give you peace of mind knowing that your dream luxury home is contributing to a better environment. In honor of Earth Day, here are our 4 top picks for eco-luxurious living.

 

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Love this luxury outdoor flooring concept! Esthec Terrace, introduced to us recently at Boutiique Design West, is a liquid material with 25% recycled product. Because there is no actual wood content, it requires zero maintenance and leaves your deck termite- and water-damage free.

 

 

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Adding an eco chic accessory that includes natural stone, such as this amethyst table lamp or rose quartz bookend set, provides subtle bling to your space while harnessing healing properties, too. Make it super luxe with silver or gold lining. -Times Two Design.

 

Charlotte Sofa

Montauk Sofa Company makes fashionable, yet comfortable statement furniture pieces with a ‘no impact’ environmental goal. This means using clean energy and eliminating harmful fossil fuels used in production. Shown is one of our favorite sofas, which we used in our last Designer Showcase.

 

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This fabulous couture collection of reinforced concrete tiles are produced with smart technology and are appropriate for interior and exterior spaces. Since they are cast and poured, there are many patterns and color options to choose from, and also pose zero production waste.-Kaza Concrete

 

 

Kim has been an advocate of sustainability and involved in LEED® and green projects throughout her career. She is the co-author of The Green Pages: The Contract Interior Designer’s Guide to Environmentally Responsible Products and Materials, 1995.