Sustainable Interiors

Build spaces that
respect our planet

We help you create indoor spaces that support the environment.

How to create sustainable interior design?

We all desire beautiful and enjoyable interiors. However, focusing solely on the aesthetics and functionality of the space is insufficient. We must also consider the manufacturing process, materials, and people behind the products and design, in order to reduce our impact on the planet's health.

At Forest Homes, you can select and support products based on their positive impact on the environment.

Use of Sustainable Materials

Harvesting sustainable materials produces far less waste than other types of materials, such as plastics, resulting in less landfill waste, less energy consumption, and a lower overall impact on the environment.

Find below a series of sustainable materials to choose from.


Using wood for our interiors has several benefits for both us and the environment, ranging from heat retention to mental health improvement.

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It's a highly durable and adaptable material. Each item is unique, with a diversity of grain, texture, color finishes, and a raw and timeless appeal.



It not only has a tremendous appeal and smoothness to it, it is also very durable, practical and adaptable to work with. This is what makes it so fashionable and hip.

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Paper & Carton

An amazing material for those wanting to develop using sustainable and easily recyclable items in decor, furniture, lighting, and other applications.

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This naturally coloured metal is present everywhere in decoration, and finds its way into our interiors, for both aesthetic and ecological reasons. 

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Infinitely recyclable, glass is regarded as an environmentally friendly material. We prefer it recycled as it reduces emissions, saves raw materials and energy.

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Linen is one of the most biodegradable and fashionable materials ever created. It's sturdy, naturally moth-resistant, and manufactured from flax plant fibers.

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Hemp is the planet-friendly miracle fibre - It is biodegradable, naturally organic and antimicrobial and has a high UV resistance and durability.

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Recycled Materials

Recovery, recycling, and reusing materials helps to foster long-term growth by lowering the demand for valuable natural resources and raw materials.

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Climate Issue Addressed

Because of climate change, humans and wild animals face new survival challenges.

Droughts that are more frequent and severe, storms, heat waves, rising sea levels, melting glaciers, and warming oceans can all hurt animals, ruin their habitats, and disrupt people's livelihoods and societies.

Therefore, we must choose alternatives for our interiors that support the mitigation of these issues.


These products promote and support the planting of trees and new forests worldwide.

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Conserve Water & Oceans

These makers use practices that protect the health of our planet’s water sources.

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Reduce waste

These items consciously reduce waste through their process of manufacturing, or reuse materials for their creation.

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Prevent pollution

 These initiatives limit their product manufacturing to components that don’t cause harm the environment.

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Clean Energies

These alternatives avoid the use of fossil fuels in their product production and/or operations.

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Ethical Production

An ethical production ensures that all aspects of the process are safe, efficient, and focused on worker wellness, often going above and beyond legal requirements in a constant pursuit of the best interests of employees.

Positive Communities

Initiatives that take an extra step to improve the community and the society’s welfare.

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Fair & Safe Work

In this manufacture, employee health and happiness are prioritized above and beyond the standard legal requirements.

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Traceable Manufacture

Alternatives that allow us to verify each component and product throughout the manufacturing process.

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Clean Labels

These nontoxic interior design options limit your exposure to potentially hazardous chemicals in your interior.

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These items don’t originate from any living creature, aren’t an animal by-product, and aren’t tested on animals

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Best production practices

These are actions that seek to reduce the negative environmental impact of producers' activities and processes through changes and improvements in organization and action development.

Some of the best production practices for the environment are listed below.

Circular Economy

A circular economy encourages us to keep items and materials in use, reducing waste and our dependency on natural resources.

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Offsetting Emissions

These initiatives support carbon offsets, which are generated by projects that avoid, absorb, or sequester carbon dioxide or other greenhouse gases.

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Renewable Energy

The production of these items is derived from resources that are renewed naturally on a human timeline - ex. sunlight, wind, rain, tides, waves, and geothermal.

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Durable Design

In these timeless and resistant designs, appearance, quality and function stand the test of time.

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These products have eco-labels assigned by independent institutions or nonprofit groups after meeting meaningful requirements.

Make your home eco-friendly in style.

Having an eco-friendly home, work or leisure space, doesn't require sacrificing your own style to simply neutral colours or monotonous finishes. Thankfully today, you are able to find a wider range of sustainable home decor products to fit from the simplest to the most exquisite design tastes.

Find here ways to understand and validate your choice of sustainable home decor products.

How does sustainable design fight climate change?

The built environment, as both a primary source of resource extraction and use, and the context in which mitigation and stewardship strategies are developed, must be sustainable, and we have a responsibility to be forward-thinking.

Because we understand that change is difficult, we offer you several options for incorporating a more sustainable approach into your own lives.

Be an expert at living more sustainably indoors.

Learn more about sustainable interiors, including how to create them, how they work, and the benefits they provide. Improve your ability to create better environments for yourself and the planet.