5 decomposed Living Design Photos

Open living roomStudio One-Off Architecture & Design
the Nordic Ecolabel system are so efficient that the carbon emitted when they're used properly is equal to the carbon a tree naturally emits while decomposing in the forest. Some of these stoves (such as the one by Rais, shown here) are also available in America.Stove: Gabo, Rais
Remodeling house in GermanyLisa Nieschlag "Liz & Jewels"
Cute little nook for relaxing and decomposing.
Christmas TreesRegina Gust Designs
offer back to residents. The saddest end for a tree is for it to be hauled off to a landfill, instead of being turned back into soil — allowed to decompose and feed living creatures, the way nature intended.
offer back to residents. The saddest end for a tree is for it to be hauled off to a landfill, instead of being turned back into soil — allowed to decompose and feed living creatures, the way nature intended.Tell us: How do you keep your tree looking fresh?More: How to Light Your Christmas Tree Like a
By SANDRA HOWIESandra Howie
A bowl of acorns and twigs with red berries is a eco-friendly way to decorate your mantle. Once the holidays are done, return all to nature to decompose. Enjoy your free and easy decorating, and less clutter around the home!Do you have any eco-friendly ideas? Share them below!More:50 Photos of Amazing
June Street HouseRCDF Studio
decomposed granite
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