Nothing beats the smell and look of a real Christmas tree. Some people worry about the waste of a real tree but in actual fact they are not necessarily unfriendly in environmental terms, provided you buy a locally grown tree.
Donâ€™t be a party pooper. If youâ€™re thinking of holding any kind of party these days, it is only polite to provide your guests with a non-alcoholic option. However gone are the days when responsible drivers and teetotallers had to make do with a humble glass of orange juice or a can of cola.
While supermarket bakeries make it easy to buy freshly baked bread, few things can beat the smell of fresh, homemade bread wafting through your home. In fact, this is one of the most enticing smells a home can have, according to estate agents. Despite being so easy, baking bread still baffles many cooks.
For a touch of class and a natural modern feel, you canâ€™t beat a real hardwood floor. It goes with every colour scheme, looks elegant and is easy to clean. But is not necessarily the most environment-friendly of options. With irreplaceable forests being depleted at an alarming rate, it seems much real wood flooring is now a luxury most of us would struggle to justify ecologically speaking.