Are you a nature lover? Do you enjoy spending time outdoors? Does the sight of greenery give you a sense of peace and tranquillity? It’s been proven that spending time in nature benefits our health. There is even an activity known as ‘forest bathing’ which, simply put, involves spending time in a forest, with the aim of minimising stress and encouraging a sense of peace and wellbeing. It’s unsurprising then, that many people look to inject their inside spaces with a sense of nature, incorporating designs inspired by nature into their interiors. Below, we take a look at a few different ways to embrace nature in your home design.
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Natural wood is a popular material used in both modern and traditional home design. The most obvious use for wood in interior design is natural wood flooring. However, if you desire a natural wood vibe for your home, there are endless ways to incorporate it. Wood is an incredibly versatile material, available in a wide range of shades, textures and finishes. You can mix and match different types of wood, or stick to one type. Perfect for modern and traditional homes alike.
For when the weather prevents us from being outdoors, we can bring nature into our homes by filling them with greenery. From large, exotic houseplants to cute, low maintenance succulents, you can use plants to help enhance the natural feel of your space. Get creative with different types of plants and plant holders. Whether you’re a plant whiz or not, you can find some beautiful greenery to benefit your space.
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Natural stone is both visually appealing and adds an interesting texture when used in interior design. Available in a wide variety of colours and surfaces including marble, sandstone and limestone, each offering a different look and texture. Stone walls and floors look stylish and can complement either a modern or rustic style property. You can also use stone accent pieces such as stoneware bowls.
Colours and textures
Some of the most breathtaking colours are those we see in nature around us. You can really get creative with earthy tones in your home decor. From browns and reds to deep greens and bright blues. Go all out with a colour scheme – paint a feature wall or just invest in a few statement pieces like cushions, picture frames or even window blinds.
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