What do you picture when you think of romantic going green ideas for the home?
Yes, maybe tacky DIY furniture, fluffy pink throws and gallery walls with couples snogging the face off each other.
But, it doesn't have to be tacky and fleeting, and there doesn't have to be an International date on the calendar for love to be in the air. You can be in love and have high-quality romance in your life and home all year round.
Newlyweds in the throes of a new relationship are very keen to decorate their house with romantic pieces of furniture. Cuddle sofas and love seats are popular for newlyweds and couples who have just moved in together. Cuddling up and being as close as possible to each other is high on their agenda.
But most of the Valentine 'stuff' is just that, stuff and tut that ends up on landfill six months down the line.
TopEco Green would like to introduce different ideas regarding romantic going green ideas for home.
Of course, we're not poo-pooing love, no way. We live for love; it makes the world go round. We are just saying you can do 'love' in style.
Furniture and decor that off-gasses its way into next Valentine's day are not going to win you any brownie points. Why not create a safe home, free from toxic chemicals, built to last and makes a tremendous hand-down legacy for future family generations. What better way to remember Mum and Dad or Gran and Grandad than to keep their faithful armchair in your home.
Let's throw away, throw-away thinking and embrace the traditional values of family heritage and legacy statement pieces.
Take a look at our luxury suggestions for couples with high-class romance goals and going green ideas for home that leave a well-defined mark on your soul...
When it comes to going green ideas for home outdoors, you can't beat a high-quality fire pit.
Brave Cupid-struck Romeos who like to court and woo their admirers on frosty February Valentine's days romantically venture outside and heartily prepare their honey pot. Their favourite weapon of choice; a well-lit cosy firepit. (Mmmm, take me now, Heathcliff.)