Hot Green Designs for Modern Bedroom Furniture in 2016

Posted by HaikuDesigns on August 6th, 2016

According to the United Nation’s agency that supervises international communications, as of May 26th, 2015, over three billion people can now access the Internet. According to a recent report from the International Telecommunications Union, the total number of users rose from 738 million in 2,000 to 3.2 billion last year.

As result of the Internet’s rapid global expansion, people from all over the world now realize that natural resources are more depleted and more polluted than ever before, as the world’s population steadily increases. In response to this travesty, hundreds of millions of people around the globe have rallied to create and expand the Green Movement. Although smaller companies tend to be Greener, some larger corporations are also embracing Green practices. In fact, the prison complex in Canyon City, Colorado, has applied Green practices to its internal economy, which saves them and taxpayers lot of money each year, but they’re also training their inmates in Green jobs and how to launch eco-friendly careers, upon their release. There’s also a Green stock market that’s been functioning for quite a while. It’s called the SRI & Sustainable Indexes. 

Some of the earlier modern day pioneers of ecology and the philosophy of environmentalism, and its associated practices, were Teddy Roosevelt, John Muir and Rachael Carson. Of course they didn’t consider their set of values and beliefs to be part of an organized movement referred to as “Green”, but individually they emphasized the need for humanity to live in harmony with Nature and their fellow human-beings. 

Today, we’re blessed with a new generation of pioneers who design material, devices, machines, and even entire buildings that are eco-friendly by their nature, such as Earth-houses, log-cabins, cellulose insulation, hybrid vehicles, windmills, solar-panels and toilets that consume much less precious water than their primitive predecessors. In the furniture industry, designers with eco-friendly values are creating durable yet beautiful platform-beds, drawing from the traditional Japanese style, as well as stunning dining-room furniture, constructed from impressive renewable resources, such as bamboo. Another formidable, renewable natural resource that it used to produce bedroom furniture is latex or what many people would call rubber. Mattresses that are made from latex today are exceptional orthopedically, very comfortable, and they emit no off-gassing of toxic chemicals.

About the Author : 

This article was written by Mark Klosterman who worked at Haiku Designs.Since its inception, Haiku Designs has provided the finest collections of modern furniture for home and offices. It offers all kinds of bedroom, living room, dining room, office furniture items and more. Apart from this, Haiku Designs also offers natural bedding, floor covering and other accessories.

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