As a follow up to yesterday's post on my new-found love of wallpaper, here is a roundup of eco-friendly wallpapers to try. These are great because they are chemical-free and are made of natural fibres. And environmentally friendly wallpaper is paper, not vinyl, and therefore better for landfills. Plus they're so cute.
Check out the sources of these ones at ReNest:
These colourful choices for environmentally friendly wallpaper are available at Canadian online company Saplings and offer chemical-free water-based pigment dyes.
Home Depot also offers eco-friendly wallpaper from British Design Talent that uses100% waterbased inks, no VOC's and comes in compost-able packaging.
Another Canadian company offering green wallpaper products is Charles Rupert Designs.
Mod Green Pod offers rolls of brilliant graphic prints using water-based inks on certified organic-based cotton fabric.
Madison and Grow papers are hand silk-screened in California with water-based ink.
So with all of these selections, it is getting easier to find a look you want while still being green. Will you go to eco-wallpapers now?