At ecoDomestica reDesign, our goal is to help our clients create beautiful, healthy homes that reflect their lives and personalities. Using the principles of design, we can make your rooms more attractive and functional. Using the principles of sustainable design, we can improve indoor air quality through careful selection of surface finishes, furniture, and cleaning products; make your home more resource- and energy-efficient; and do our part to safeguard the planet. We specialize in one-day redecorating and staging, healthy home makeovers, green product and materials sourcing, and colour and decor consultations. Click here to learn how we can help you.
“What is the use of a house if you haven’t got a tolerable planet to put it on?” – Henry David Thoreau
We strongly believe in these quotes, and we hold all our projects to their standard. To us, a home is only beautiful if it is aesthetically pleasing, full of our clients’ personality, clean air, and natural light, kind to the environment, and socially responsible. We also strongly believe that a sustainable home and lifestyle don’t need to be expensive – not only are most green products now priced competitively with conventional ones, but there are lots of inexpensive ways to go green. Furthermore, making small changes to your home and habits can have greater ecological and societal impact than installing new green products. Click here to see samples of our work.
|Green, not Greenwashed
At ecoDomestica reDesign, we believe that great design isn’t only beautiful, liveable, functional, on time, and on budget – it’s also mindful of its effect on individuals, communities, and ecosystems before, during, and after the project. The good news is that the number of sustainable products and materials on the market is exploding, and green good looks are now available in all styles and price points. Unfortunately, many products are ‘greenwashed’ with exaggerated environmental marketing claims, fit only one or two sustainable design criteria, or are shipped so far to reach us that their embodied energy from transport negates their green qualities. Click here to learn what makes a product sustainable, and how we can help you navigate the greenwashing minefield.