A growing number of people prefer ecological applications for their homes nowadays. Deciding on a natural atmosphere (with matching colours like beige, brown, green or white) and choosing durable materials (like wood, bamboo, natural stone, linen, cotton, wool and rattan) are often the follow-ups.

Simple solutions, starting from the ‘less is more’ concept (originated by the famous German architect Ludwig Mies Rohe), will often create surprising effects.

People opting for sustainability usually also value cost- and energy reduction. An environmentally friendly interior decorator will always try to reflect customes’ lifestyles in their interiors, e.g. by using natural paint and restyling old furniture. 


A ‘smart’ home means that you can program and remotely control your lighting, heating, alarm system and all kinds of devices. ‘Sustainable’ means that the environment is taken into account (when it is made to make material selection and energy use).

But…. With a smart home you can also increase your health and your well-being! You can think of a healthy indoor climate and ergonomically sound furniture for optimal and therefore healthy seating comfort. But also to a style of design that replaces stressful stimuli in the interior with a natural décor, light and lighting, which promote a feeling of relaxation and stability. In this way, a beautiful harmony of beauty and technique can arise. For the aesthetic side you can of course come to me, the technical side is expertly provided by SAR Automation