Turn your home inside out… or should I say outside in, by blending the natural world with your interior space. If you’re a nature lover, then you’ve come to the right place because we have exactly what you’re looking for. Incorporating nature in the house can really transform how a space looks and feels.
This may seem like the most obvious way to bring nature indoors, but it cannot be overdone. Put plants in every room of the house, just make sure you pick the appropriate plants depending on how much light is available. For those of us who weren’t gifted with a green thumb, succulents are here to save the day. Not only are they easy to care for, but succulents have become one of the hottest plants out there.
The easiest way to cheer up any room with nature is using fresh flowers, potted plant, live walls or vertical garden that are perfect also for who doesn’t have a green thumb, as they don’t need much care. Live walls in particular help also to renew the air inside as they absorb the moisture and give you back clean air. Wall murals allow you to create an eye-catching feature wall in any room to instantly transform your space.
Name one person you know who wouldn’t smile at the beautiful blooms of lush flowers? I tried, and I can’t. Everyone can benefit from a gorgeous bouquet, and who says we have to be gifted with flowers to enjoy them? Flowers serve as an instant pick me up
Time to show off that green thumb, herb gardens are definitely the way to go. Bringing your herbs into the house allows for tasty fresh herbs all year round. They also smell great and can be placed in small pots throughout your kitchen.
Have you ever grabbed a shell from a sand beach? Or a pretty stone or pebble from a stream? They tend to end up shoved away somewhere, but bust those bad boys out and display them on a shelf. It can also be therapeutic to rearrange them like a zen garden.
Add a little rustic appeal by selecting furniture made with natural elements. Pick pieces that are very minimal in style and look like they were snagged right from the wild. Rich wood colors and raw natural edges are beautiful and not to mention unique.