Skip to main content

How one little change can make a big environmental impact

When it comes to making sustainable choices, we know that every easy little change - like changing to an LED bulb or switching to a water-saving tap - has a big impact. Because if everyone makes just one little change, it isn’t so little anymore. These affordable, practical ideas will make your home more sustainable - saving you money and preserving our precious resources.

A sequence of life at home sustainability tips includes repainting a chair, turning off a tap and refreshing a sofa cover.

How to choose more sustainable materials

Furniture and accessories can create a big impact in your home. But what impact do certain materials have on the world outside your home? Here you can learn more about some of the renewable and recyclable options available.

See the sustainable materials guide
See the sustainable materials guide

How to enjoy a healthier home

Lack of sleep, poor air quality and not enough exercise are health challenges that many people face today. Happily, there are simple solutions that can encourage better wellbeing at home.

See the healthier home guide
See the healthier home guide

How to eat more sustainably

What you eat – and what you throw away – has an impact on your health, your bank balance and the environment. This guide looks at some small changes that you could make to your food and kitchen habits.

See the sustainable food guide
See the sustainable food guide

How to choose furniture that lives longer

Does old furniture always have to go to waste? This guide tackles some of the ways that you can extend its value and prolong its life – whether that’s in your home or even in someone else’s.

See the sustainable furniture guide
See the sustainable furniture guide

How to save energy and water at home

Energy and water are major expenses for every household, as well as a huge strain on natural resources. Fortunately, there are many convenient ways to easily cut those costs.

See the water and energy guide
See the water and energy guide