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Seo's Sustainable Style

    • Go Green by…Repurposing

      Instead of adding to landfills, give used or vintage pieces renewed purpose. “There’s this misconception that the only way to ‘go green’ in your home decor is to look to new things, not old ones,” says Seo. Here, he gives an old galvanized box new life as a chic coffee table.

      Go Green by…Repurposing
      • Go Green by…Innovating

        Trash can become treasure with the kind of innovative thinking Seo champions in his book Upcycling. “Upcycling is basically a form of recycling that elevates something to a better level than before,” says Seo. These impractical sliding glass doors provided no privacy, but a bit of masking tape solved that and turned them into the room’s focal point.

        Go Green by…Innovating
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          Think big picture: “If you are in the market for a new refrigerator or other major appliance, always go with Energy Star-rated models.”

          Break small habits without trying: Change your default font to Century Gothic when you print since it uses the least amount of ink of all fonts.”

          Get rewarded for being green. “Free membership site Recyclebank.com rewards people for their green behaviors. It’s like frequent-flier miles for living a green life.”

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