TOP 5 Things LEED Interior Designers Want You to Know

I like to point out to my clients that first and foremost, you have to make design decisions that are practical for you and your family. Reuse or repurpose items that are still workable, and when buying new items, buy items that are high quality and timeless. If something is not practical or falls apart or goes out of style, I don’t care what percent of its contents were recycled, or whether it came from a certified forest. It’s still heading for a landfill a lot sooner than a well-made piece whose style is enduring. In this way being a good LEED designer does not actually differ from just being a really good, thoughtful interior designer, period.

That said, read on to learn 5 more things LEED Interior Designers wish you knew….

http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/18330639/list/5-things-leed-interior-designers-want-you-to-know

 

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