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Regularly take a slow walk around your home and outdoor areas. Sit in each room. Breathe deeply and notice everything about it, the cracks, the kid’s finger marks on the wall, the beautiful way the sunlight falls into your sitting room in the late afternoon. Remember all of the things that drew you to your home in the first place. Take time to light a candle on the mantle, have coffee on the deck, read a book (or a home mag!) in the reading nook. Take regular time to appreciate the sounds of the birds in the garden, the hum of the distant traffic, and the children in the next room. Smell the roses in the garden, the fresh sheets on the bed and your partner’s warm body next to you at night

Why Your Brain is The Biggest Part of Going Green

By helene | July 20, 2018 | 0

There are so many things to consider when it comes to being sustainable that it can make your head explode! Just as you get the hang of actually remembering to pop the reusable bags back into the car after using them, keep spare reusable cups in the glove box, take your water bottle everywhere and switch to solar at home, there are new statistics about the impact of your body wash, devastation to habitats and rising tides across the planet. Seeing a lack of support from government policy and infrastructure can make it seem hopeless. If you really begin to…

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How to Reduce Dinner Time Food Waste with Fussy Eaters

By helene | July 18, 2018 | 0

Guest post from Sharon from Emondo Kids Do you have a fussy eater? You are not alone! As food waste is one of the biggest issues we face in terms of our plant and global warming, it is important to try to plan to reduce food waste in the first place. Feeding your fussy eater three square meals day in day out is tough. It’s not fun. It’s not empowering and it’s certainly not as engaging as hosting a well crafted dinner party for your nearest and dearest. Even on those rare occasions when you think you have had a win…

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Off-Grid Energy Australia

By helene | July 16, 2018 | 0

Off-Grid Energy Australia are one of our newest businesses on the Sustainable Home Hub. One of the founders Emily Driscoll, had a chat with us about how they support people to go off-grid, as well as some general tips for creating a more sustainable home. Based in South Australia, they operate across SA, Victoria, Tasmania, WA, and NSW. Off-Grid Energy are one of Australia’s most experienced designers and installers of solar and battery storage systems. They design off-grid systems for homes and businesses, that provide renewable power to properties – without the need for the mains electrical grid. The majority of…

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Upholstery Art with Antiquate

By helene | July 13, 2018 | 0

Kerri Hollingsworth from Sustainable home Hub business Antiquate, is not only a furniture restorer, but an incredible artist. Based in Taggerty, Central Victoria, she upholsters furniture with a difference. The materials she uses vary from job to job, but she tries to steer clear of synthetic materials. For example, some upholstered chairs need foam cushions as that is the way they were designed. Others can be built with coconut fibre and cotton batting instead, to limit the use of non biodegradable products. On her own Upholstery Art pieces, she tries to stick to only natural/biodegradable/recycled products. Her most recent design, ‘Autumn’ was completely…

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 Welcome to Recycled Interiors, Your Green Home & Living Hub - where we help you create a beautiful sustainable home, one step at a time. I am Helen Edwards - Mama,  Writer, Stylist, Speaker and Advocate for People and Planet. I am also completing my PhD in Psychology and have a Certificate in Design. I am an Ambassador for 5 Gyres, promoting more ocean, less plastic; and the Orangutan Alliance, promoting products created with care and without palm oil. 

At Recycled Interiors our focus is on trying to reduce eco-anxiety, remove barriers to sustainability, and help you to take small simple actionable steps towards a more sustainable home and life.

You will find our blog and Sustainable Home Hub Directory, as well as my books, sustainable home courses and services.

We are on a mission to encourage slower homes, that refuse consumption of unethical, poorly made items, and increase sustainable living. Celebrate diversity, love your own style, and connect more with each other. Stop worrying about what other people think and more about what you can do to be happier, healthier, and create a home you love that's better for you, your family and our planet.

At Recycled Interiors we believe in YOUR style being perfect and in creating a beautiful home that treads more lightly on the planet - one step at a time.

Helen xx

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