13 Jun 2012
Everyone wants a little more fresh air and this summer, no matter your amount of free time, you can bring the outdoors to you. Adding plants and nature’s best to your house not only makes it more “green” and eco-friendly, but also allows fresh oxygen to be released into your home. This is one summer project you won’t be able to stop.
1. The most simple way to add a breath of fresh air is to buy a plants (if you can keep them alive!) Plants take in carbon dioxide and release oxygen to the atmosphere. Put it by your window for sunlight and it can bring fresh air to you all summer long.
2. Wheatgrass can give a touch of green to anywhere in your home. It’s perfect as a splash of color as well for blending in a drink. This plant has been thought to have properties ranging from supplemental nutrition to curative qualities.
3. Make a terrarium! This is a fun DIY project or one that be done with friends and family. It can be displayed anywhere and you can choose the plants and even little creatures you would like to put inside.
4. Use natural textiles and most importantly natural flooring such as real wood, cork, and bamboo to give your home the feel of the outdoors, around you and beneath your feet.
Have you ever taken a wheatgrass shot?
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