Making a healthy home is more than buying whole foods and all-natural cleaning products.
You're never going to be able to control the environment in the grocery store or your office, but your home is a totally different story. You're in charge of your own living space, and that means that you're able to do what you can to make that space as healthy as it can be. Making a healthy home is more than buying whole foods and all-natural cleaning products, though. The way you choose to decorate and furnish your home can make a big difference in terms of dust, pollutants, and mold.
This certainly doesn't mean you need to do a full-scale renovation. Making your house healthier can be as simple as switching up the lighting, getting rid of a few objects you no longer use, or even just moving furniture around. Woman's Day spoke with interior designers to get some experts tips on how to make your home healthier, and they include everything from big changes to little ones. If this is something you've never thought twice about before, you're not alone - but if you're looking to do something different with your living space, now is the time to do so.