When you decorate your home, you may not think about "going green" in the process -- but, maybe you should. These days more interior designers say green designs not only look great, but just might make you feel great. Katherine Dewolfe is an interior designer specializing in "green design." Her green ways started after her daughter developed asthma and ADD. Both disappeared after she replaced toxic, allergen-filled items in their home with organic options. "I feel it's my moral responsibility to try to educate people about finding healthier options for them and their family. And also for my contractors…" Her contractors use eco-friendly, low-odor paint. It costs a little more, but goes on smoother, so takes just one coat to cover. She suggests recycling quality furniture from consignment shops… or even swapping with friends! Items may need some work. When she found this buffet, it was hot pink! "It cost me $20… piece is worth several thousand if try to sell it now…" She recommends organic candles that burn cleanly, sending no toxins in your air… natural fiber rugs… plus natural cotton or wool curtains and carpeting made with no pesticides. The master plan behind her green designs is big savings on healthcare.