As green living expands across the world and can be found in many homes across Toronto (ie. reusable bags, recycling etc.) unfortunately, finding eco friendly furniture, decor, or interior design options is not as easy to find.
Much like how hybrid cars are a bit more expensive than regular automobiles requiring gas, so are eco-friendly furniture, decor, and interior design options. To some people, it’s not that big of a deal to them because they think, “well I recycle anyway so I don’t have to spend more money on eco-friendly furniture or materials.”. The problem is that people just don’t think about how a major decision like what counter top I should use or what flooring I should install can make a big difference in our world and in our lives.
Last Wednesday I happened to catch an episode of City Line and I’m glad that I did. I knew that baking soda is always a staple you should keep your pantry but besides fighting odors and using for baking, I didn’t really know what else you could use baking soda for.
Samantha Pynn from Pure Design showed us the many uses for baking soda and how versatile it truly is!