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10+ Tips For A More Eco Friendly Office

By Arwa Lodhi Every little thing you can do for the environment makes a difference, and this applies to work as well as at home. Whether you own a company and want to create an eco-friendlier environment for your…

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5 Kinds of Houses That Can Help Fight Climate Change

Architecture gets eco with these houses that can help fight climate change By Diane Small Here’s a shocking fact for you: private homes are estimated to be responsible for about one fifth to one fourth of global carbon dioxide…

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Three Sustainable Minimalist Buildings You’ll Want To Live In

By Jody McCutcheon The term ‘clean living’ has recently entered the modern lexicon, and generally refers to eating pure, healthy food, and avoiding alcohol, cigarettes, and toxins in grooming products. It’s good for human health, and the health of…

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Is This The Most Eco Friendly Car Ever?

By Jody McCutcheon What would you look for in an eco friendly car? Electric battery? Recycled interiors? Vegan-friendly materials? The Audi E-Tron GT Concept has it all. It’s a sleek sedan that gets its electric power from the same drivetrain…

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8 Ways To Make A Tiny Home Seem Bigger

By Diane Small Minimalist living is really taking off, as more people realise they don’t need more clothes, more books, more decor, more….stuff. And since having a larger house means you need to buy loads of furniture, bedding, and…

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7 Tips For How To Decorate A Tiny Home

By Rose Burke There can be little doubt that tiny homes are a trend that’s not going anywhere. This is especially true when the hugely expensive housing market in most cities means that buying a home is out of…

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8 Interiors Ideas To Help Beat The Winter Blues

By Katy Caric When we think of ways to boost our mood, most of us immediately think of doing something fun, like watching a comedy or hanging out with friends. But what you may not know is that your…

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7 Great Apps for Finding Non GMO Foods

By Christina Ray Health and ethical issues concerning genetically modified foods have been a hot topic of debate for many years, and with good reason. GMO (genetically modified organism) foods are full of chemicals that are dangerous to the…

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5 Tiny Home Ideas Using Upcycled Materials

By Diane Small Tiny homes have become an (ironically) huge trend in recent years, as people move away from the stress-causing, energy-consuming clutter of everyday life toward a simpler existence. Moving into a tiny home forces you to re-evaluate…

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10 Beautiful Objects Made From Ocean Plastic

You’ll definitely want to add these objects made from ocean plastic to your lust list this year! By Chiara Spagnoli Gabardi You know when you see some guy inventing a ‘new’ plastic from food fibres or something, and you…

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3 Eco Friendly Hawaiian Homes We Love

These eco friendly Hawaiian homes will make you want to run out of the city and live your best life By Jody McCutcheon Living in a lush, Hawaiian paradise would be good enough for most people. But considering that…

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5 Simple Interior Design Tips To Change Your Space

Want to change your living space a bit? These simple interior design tips from the pros can help! By Arwa Lodhi Getting tired of your living space? You don’t need to make radical changes to glam it up! Knowing…

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Introducing the Jaguar I-PACE, Jaguar’s First Electric Car

By Chiara Spagnoli Gabardi Forget the Model 3 Tesla: the Jaguar I-Pace might just be the most significant new electric car to come out this year. It’s an all-new vehicle from the British automaker, the first instalment of its ambitious…

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Eco Friendly Homes Hit The Hamptons

The Hamptons are mainly known for lush indulgence. But as more eco friendly homes hit the Hamptons, could this area become the new sustainable hotspot? By Diane Small The Hamptons is an exclusive holiday spot located on Long Island…

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Nothing to Sneeze At: 2 Allergen-Filtering Luxury Homes

By Jody McCutcheon Here at Eluxe, we’ve written at length about luxury homes and sustainability. After all, it’s our ethos, our raison d’être. Yet we also regularly discuss health and wellness. Unfortunately, these various elements don’t always meet up…

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3 Luxury Home Brands Turning Rubbish Into Furniture

By Brenda O’Connor Once upon a (horrible) time, luxury furniture was made out of rare materials like teak, ivory and exotic animal skins. But all of that is changed, and today home owners with a conscience look down upon…

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3 Sustainable Floating Homes For A Life Aquatic

By Jody McCutcheon Floating homes tend to be associated with luxury and exclusivity—but not always with sustainability. They’ve become quite popular, particularly in the Netherlands, on the US west coast and throughout Southeast Asia. Maybe this rise in popularity…

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Growing Excitement: Tips For Sustainable Landscaping

By Jody McCutcheon Sustainability has transformed many of our most important and ubiquitous design realms, from fashion to architecture to transportation. So it’s good to know that landscape design has entered the sustainability fray as well. According to the…

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Sustainability At Sea: The Iguana Commuter Yacht

By Chiara Spagnoli Gabardi What do vacations mean to you? Searching online for hours, comparing prices to book the best value holiday package, only to find yourself going through seeming endless humiliating (and potentially health-damaging) security checks before you…

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Dream House! The Peaceful Palisades Project

Always dreamed of having a beach house? The Peaceful Palisades Project offers some inspo By Chere Di Boscio Who doesn’t dream of a beautiful home outfitted with all natural materials, organic textiles, handmade and eco-friendly furnishings – on the…