Green home decoration creates a low-carbon home li

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[] green home decoration has attracted people's attention. In recent years, the home furnishing industry, which advocates green and environmental protection, is a resource consuming industry, and the collection, production, manufacturing and transportation of raw materials consume huge energy. Then, how can we really achieve a low-carbon home life? 1. The TV wall can be simpler. In the past, the decoration of the TV wall was very valued, and it was regarded as the face project of the living room, making cabinets, and pasting cultural stones. Now with the development and popularity of wall mounted TV, the TV wall can be simpler. Making a hand-painted wall and pasting wallpaper can also be beautiful and fashionable. 2. Simple and energy-saving is the trend. We pay attention to the soft decoration of home. We use some clever decorations, such as artistic painted walls, skillfully using furniture for space partition, unique environmental protection lights, etc., so that the environment in the room still looks very delicious. At present, many home decoration owners take the initiative to refuse luxury home decoration, take the simple route instead, take the principle of natural ventilation and natural lighting as the principle, reduce the use probability of air conditioners and electric lights, and save decorative materials, electricity and construction costs. 3. Simple decoration I have a clever trick to use partial ceiling. In the past, family decoration attached great importance to the decoration of the ceiling. It must be all the ceiling, and it should be luxurious and grand. European style glazed chandeliers and so on. It seems that only the ceiling can show the identity of the owner. Now we can make the ceiling simple, no longer make complex ceilings, and reduce unnecessary consumption. This can ensure that there is enough floor height to stretch the living space. If you don't think the ceiling decoration is too monotonous, paint it with your favorite color. In addition, using simple lamps is also today's fashion. 4. More natural lighting, energy-saving and low-carbon home decoration should start from the design in advance. To save energy, we should first think about saving electricity. In the design, we should maximize the natural lighting rate of the house and minimize the utilization rate of electric lights. For example, use more transparent materials such as glass and mirrors, and try to use light color wall paint, wall tiles, floors, etc. to reduce excessive decorative walls, which can enhance the natural lighting of the room. 5. Experts suggest that simple decoration should follow the principle of less modification and less decoration. Even if there are many problems in the room structure, do not change it on a large scale. Consumers can communicate more with designers and use other methods to solve or make up for it. Use less partition and other decorative techniques in the room, and try to use the change of space to achieve the effect. If partition must be used, try to integrate it with furniture such as lockers and bookcases, so as to reduce the opportunity of its independent existence and increase indoor space. In addition, reducing the setting of partitions can also accelerate the flow of indoor air and reduce the energy consumption of household appliances such as air conditioners and fans. 6. Pay attention to the use of energy-saving lamps. While increasing the natural lighting, pay attention to the use of energy-saving lamps, such as LED lamps. In addition to choosing energy-saving lamps, you can also choose a switch with dimming function during decoration to achieve effective energy saving. Try not to choose too complicated chandeliers in the living room, and it is best to install inductive lighting switches in the bathroom. In addition, try to choose energy-saving household appliances and reasonably design wall sockets




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