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He's put eco into chic, and if you're among those who would like to be more eco-friendly but think it's too much of a hassle or too expensive, he can help

Concept kitchen by German brand Naber is easy to assemble and disassemble without tools

We Brits have some of the smallest homes in the EU, as builders and developers give us tiny rooms, invariably with no built-in storage. And as buying property remains unaffordable for many so we're going back to being a nation of renters. In which case don't deny yourself good furniture, just make sure it's easy to pack up and take with you when you move. 

PaperTale uses blockchain technology

PaperTale has launched a range of T shirts to showcase its blockchain technology that can empower consumers to drive an environmentally sound and ethical future

More of us are investing in wood burning stoves to keep our homesteads warm -  and make us feel less dependent on the big energy suppliers. But evidence is mounting that they are significant source of particulate pollutants that are damaging our air quality and our health, so should we stop buying them? Kay Hill investigates

Wooden Venetian blinds are timeless

Roman blinds may be becoming the nation's favourite window treatment, but there are other options too, depending on your needs and budget

We remain a nation wedded to our stuff even though we don't look at it let alone use it. And that means we're making our homes more uncomfortable than they need be.

Colour me beautiful... the well-known potter shares some tricks of the trade - and does a rough assessment of her own eco-footprint

Wearth co founders Imogen Minoli and Edward Davies

Imogen Minoli and Edward Davies are the duo behind Wearth London, the growing online lifestyle store for the eco-friendly, ethical, vegan-minded, sustainability-mad, plastic-avoiding and of course super stylish consumer. So that's you and me. 

Land of milk and honey..but at a price

The award-winning architect designed homes for a new co-housing project in Cambridge. These projects are great, he says - though the future for housing lies in far greater freeing up of land.

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