Energy saving ideas abound with no shortage. When it comes to laundry, wash your clothing in cold water. Not only does that tip save on energy but it helps keep the intensity in the color of your clothes. And, of course, only do laundry when you have a full load and hang your clothes to dry. When it comes to dishes, you can conserve water by not rinsing your dishes before putting them in the dishwasher and as with the washing machine, only run the appliance when you have a full load. For kitchen appliances for smaller portions, the microwave or toaster oven may be more appropriate and require considerably less energy than having to preheat and use the oven. And finally, only heat or energize the room you currently occupy.Each of these energy saving ideas is relatively simple and straightforward. But there are also china home textile decor ideas that can help in monitoring and maintaining energy consumption within the home.Choosing an area rug can be a decision for the environment, particularly in two instances. The body registers what it perceives to be cold. This is particularly true of that first step in the morning: out of the bed and onto a cold floor. And then there is that first step from the shower onto the cold bathroom floor. Your choice of rug should also be specific to the room or environment it is in. As natural fibers breathe easier, a wool area rug can be employed in the bedroom, living room, home office or dining room. For the bathroom, to prevent against the risk of mold or mildew, a synthetic fiber may well be the more appropriate choice.