The biggest challenge in decorating your homeis finding out what really is good.
There are a number of products on the market thatare extremely toxic and in my mind should not be sold to the public.
Products that theyknow have formaldehyde and all these adhesives and glues are extremely toxic.
They are linkedto all kinds of cancers and personally I wouldn’t have them in my home.
Anything that is boundwith glues and stuff, those are the most toxic.
Paints and paint thinners are something youhave to be really careful about, and there are lots of choices on the market and that’swhat I’m going to do here today is show you the choices, the options you have to decorateyour home with, natural healthy supplies, materials.
We have everything from solid woolcarpet rugs, which are made out of all wool, we have flooring that is made from bamboo,we have flooring that is made from cork, we have throw rugs which I really encourage peopleto not have wall to wall carpeting in their home, to use natural floor rugs, throw rugs,like cecil, hemp, 100% cotton, organic cotton, silk, there’s linen, leather, there’sa number of options to use on your floor.
We have everything from water based paintsyou can use on your walls.
It’s not just brown and more brown, there’s blues, there’sgreens, there’s oranges, there’s reds, there’s yellows.
Every color in the spectrumyou need that is water based and healthy for you to use, you just have to go out and searchfor it.
There’s all glass tiles that are made from recycled glass, so, in helping theenvironment by being recycled, it’s also a beautiful product.
It’s being used twice,it’s not just something that stayed around one time, it’s being used twice and youcan incorporate that in, it’s all healthy, it’s solid glass.