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Take a Step Back: Room Ratings

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:15 AM
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by Guest (editorial@apartmenttherapy.com) last modified Aug 02, 2011

Welcome to Laurie, who's trying out for a spot on our editorial team. Enjoy! It is easy to focus on an object in a room and feel that the room is eco-friendly. For example, I made a dining roo




 

 

Welcome to Laurie, who's trying out for a spot on our editorial team. Enjoy!

It is easy to focus on an object in a room and feel that the room is eco-friendly. For example, I made a dining room table out of reclaimed lumber. The table is eco-friendly because no new lumber was harvested. However, is the room as environmentally sound as it can be? Here are five ideas that can help you take a step back and rate a room in order to prioritize design decisions to get the biggest environmental bang for your buck. Once you have rated the design priorities of your room you may find that the most cost effective route to better design is through energy upgrades, awnings or a stylish charging station that can be easily unplugged when not in use.



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