7 reasons to love eco-friendly furniture
The campaign’s still running and this time we’re heading outside. The SS19 Supernatural collection is in direct contact with nature. We’re opening up our doors to the (d)eco trend. What about you? We’re going to tell you all about teak, jute and eucalyptus, three natural materials that will make your spaces truly green.
Teak wood is one of the trending materials for indoor and outdoor pieces. It is a particularly attractive wood. Firstly, like a good wine, it ages well. The wood changes colour, becoming lighter and brighter. It’s up to you! It’s also a kind of wood that you can leave outside all year round. It adapts, come rain or shine. The Jeanette table also fits into any surroundings thanks to its design. This piece will look just as chic in your lounge or on your terrace.
Jute is one the most in vogue natural fibres. One of the main reasons behind this is that, apart from giving off a cosy feel, it respects the environment. It is 100% biodegradable and recyclable and, what’s more, it’s breathable. Did you know that jute crops improve the soil for subsequent crops? If you’re eco-friendly, the Doc carpet is the piece for you. Round and hand-woven, it is a 100% handmade piece. If you want your space to look authentic, go for jute.
Green is Smart
Eucalyptus wood is making huge steps into the world of interior design, a complete revelation. What stands out is how durable eucalyptus wood is in our furniture and the reduction of environmental impact. Not only does it stand the test of time, eucalyptus wood can be reused, reducing deforestation. The Thana rocking chair has all the advantages of this kind of wood and has been treated to withstand the elements so that you can enjoy it outdoors. A piece that you can use for afternoons spent reading or Sunday mornings.
Here at Kave Home, we want to show that design is closer than you think with this selection. We just need to look at what we have around us to find what nature has to offer. Be natural.