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Remodelista’s editors answered your questions about having a stylish, eco-conscious home

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Remodelista editors Margot Guralnick and Fan Winston answered your questions on Thursday about how to make climate-conscious choices at home. Guralnick practices New England thriftiness by buying vintage and creating botanical art from fallen leaves. Winston, a founding editor of Organized Home, a companion website to Remodelista, says her respect for nature and distaste for wastefulness was instilled in her by her Chinese immigrant parents.

The pair’s new book for Artisan, “Remodelista: The Low-Impact Home” is a handbook for living beautifully while minimizing your impact on the environment. Here are some of the questions they answered:

Every Thursday at 11 a.m. Eastern time, Jura Koncius helps you in your quest to achieve domestic bliss. She and weekly guests — whether it’s Martha Stewart, Marie Kondo, Jonathan Adler, Jasmine Roth of HGTV, Paula Sutton of Hill House Vintage or TikTok’s Folding Lady, Sophie Liard — answer your decorating, decluttering, design, entertaining and home-keeping questions. For more than 20 years, our Q&A has hosted conversations about how to make your home comfortable, stylish, organized and fun.

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Helen Carefoot, writer and editorial aide for the Lifestyle section, produced this Q&A.

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