This type of interior design aims to create a space that mimics the beauty, colours, and shapes found in nature in a way that suits not just your environment but your lifestyle choices too.
Pick Plants Perfect for Your Purpose
Simply decorating with plants is the quickest way to bring the outdoors indoors, and this can be effected by going big with potted trees or more subtly by adding succulents in various nooks and crannies. Making space for living, breathing organisms will instantly give your environment a more natural feel.
Think like a gardener when you are adding plants and flowers by not being afraid of experimenting with various combinations or saying what you want to with a single statement piece.
Terrariums are making a big comeback this year which is convenient since they require so little maintenance.
Because Green Thumbs Are Not a Given
If keeping plants and flowers alive is not your forte, do not fear! There are many other ways that you will be able to incorporate natural materials into your inside space. This is largely thanks to wood, in all the many forms it takes, being the single most versatile natural material and its pairing so perfectly with natural hues and tones.
Branches, feathers, pieces of coral, and stones all make beautiful decorations and can be fastened to a wall, hung from the ceiling, or set on the ground as you prefer. You won’t need to break the bank purchasing these items either. Your savings are safe and you can use any extra money you get, like a big win from playing the Apostasesportivas no Brasil has to offer, for example, to splurge on something you really want because these items can often simply be found.
Play With Patterns and Colours
Pairing natural objects’ designs with colours frequently found in nature like green and orange is another great way to make your space more outdoorsy.
Why not frame a picture or painting of vibrantly-hued tropical fruits to cheer up an area in your office or home? Or let leaf prints inspire you when it comes to wallpaper?
Spice Things Up With Seasonal Themes
When things get chilly in autumn and winter you can warm up your interiors with colours instead. Framing doors, skylights, and windows in brown, orange, purple, red, and/or yellow is a great way to create a more comforting atmosphere when it is cold outside.
If you have an outdoor space that you use a lot, think about copying your outside décor inside your home.
This can be done by using the same type of furniture in both spaces and using lighting in a way that ensures that the transition between the two environments is a smooth one and not a shock to the senses.
There is a huge choice of accessories, outside carpets and rugs, and lighting fixtures that, although designed for the outdoors, would not look out of place in a dining or living room either.