Easy Eco-Friendly Home Ideas #Infographic #Ecology #Design

Brought to you by leading Australian designer furniture company Brosa, this infographic compiles together 6 easy eco-friendly ideas for any home. Brosa is a big supporter of sustainable home designs and having a lighter impact on the environment. After all, a green home can reduce your carbon footprint and help you become more self-sufficient.

With a more eco-friendly home design, you could also save on electricity costs through such things as heating and cooling. Or if you invest in a water tank or a recycled gray water system, you could save on your water bill.

So without further ado, here are 6 eco-friendly design ideas to keep in mind when you play homemaker. Alternatively, scroll down to read more information on each tip. Don’t delay. Start making these great changes today and savor the difference you’re having on the planet.

An infographic by Brosa.

Cleaning Products You Already Have at Home #Infographic #Cleaning #Eco

Have you ever made any statistic about how much money you spend on cleaning detergents on an annual basis? Well, the numbers will be probably higher than expected. However, there is a straightforward and frugal way to maintain clean and organized home with products you already have at your place.

You could really work wonders with some baking soda, white vinegar, and lemon juice. It is not only eco-friendly, harmless for your family and cheaper, but actually a very efficient way of cleaning. For example, use a mixture of white vinegar and baking soda or bleach and lemon juice to flawlessly clean your carpet, hard floor, windows, drains, upholstery and whatever else you need cleaned around the house.

By using the products in this infographic and your imagination, you could make some great combinations that will surprise you with their effectiveness. So why keep wasting more for chemicals and store-bought cleaners when you already have it all at your fingertips?

An infographic by Cleaners Cleaning.

Benefits of Artificial Grass #infographic #gardening #grass

This infographic depicts the benefits of having artificial grass in your yard, both personal and environmental. With artificial grass, you save money on water, fertilizer, maintenance, and pesticides. You also never have to worry about discoloration, weeds, bald spots, or insects/bugs. Installing artificial grass is eco-friendly. You no longer need a lawnmower, which produces the same amount of pollution as 11 cars in 1 hour.

You will save so much water, approximately 99,000 gallons of water a year. It also keeps 105,000,000 tires out of landfills. Because you aren’t using pesticides or fertilizers you are reducing water pollution, and it’s safer for children and dogs to play on without worrying about harmful products. Most people think it costs more than just maintaining their yard, but after all, cost are weighed out, it takes about 4-7 years of maintenance of a natural yard but lasts as long as 15-20 years, which brings savings to about half.

An Infographic by hillhorticulture.com.