The Sustainable Home: Easy Ways to Live with Nature in Mind

By Ida Magntorn

Handy and inspirational tips and lists – how to reduce plastic consumption, clean with eco-friendly products and working with the seasons to bring the outdoors inside. A beautifully produced book on interiors with a focus on sustainability and wellbeing and creating a home with the environment in mind.

Inspiration and tips for creating a sustainable home without compromising on style.

In The Sustainable Home, interiors writer and photographer Ida Magntorn shows how to create a harmonious, beautiful and functional home that is sustainable in the long run. Taking inspiration from real homes, and following the motto reuse, reduce, recycle – Ida shares new ways to think when decorating – combining low environmental impact with individual style.

Room by room, she offers practical and positive advice to create a greener home, including:

Clever ways to eco-boost the kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, living room and laundry

Choosing natural paint colours and lighting that will save energy and boost your mood

Where to find great second-hand furniture (and best options if you buy new)

Inspiration for changing up your décor without buying anything

How to go on a plastic diet

A guide to locally sourced plants and flowers to green your air and how to propagate them

How to make your own cleaning products without chemicals

How to sort your waste

Big changes and small tweaks sit side by side, with the aim to make everyday life as free from toxins and as eco-friendly as possible. Illustrated throughout with photographs of homes that are both sustainable and aesthetically pleasing, going beyond Scandi minimalism to show elements of industrial and natural, pops of colour and hints of maximalism.

Format: Paperback
Release Date: 07 Apr 2022
Pages: 144
ISBN: 978-1-911682-11-0
Ida Magntorn is a writer and photographer with a focus on interiors. She has written blogs for ELLE Decoration and Femina, writes features for several lifestyle magazines and has been named Sweden’s second hand expert by Erikshjälpen. Ida’s other books include The Flea Market Book, From Flea Market to Fine Salon, Home Style by City and Home Stories. Her books have been translated into several languages.