There is nothing like the smells, sights, and sounds of nature.
But sometimes living in the city may not give you the opportunity to experience nature the way you would like to. So why not bring nature into your home?
There is really no “right” or “wrong” way to incorporate nature into your home—it’s all about what makes you feel good. It could be a woodland scene, pastoral, or desert inspired!
With these home design tips, you can bring nature into your home to create your own little paradise!
Incorporate Natural Materials
Incorporating natural materials into your home is a surefire way to
Have some pretty rocks you or your family picked up on your adventures? Instead of stowing them in a drawer or box somewhere, put them on display.
Rustic accents such as a wood or stone accent wall, wooden countertops, and wood beam ceiling are all a beautiful and green solution that can help reduce sound in your home and be stained in a color of your choice.
Houseplants are always an excellent way to bring nature into your home and there always easy to care for indoor plants if you aren’t gifted with a green thumb or have poor natural lighting in your home.
You can even find plants that can thrive in moist environments such as the bathroom.
Love cooking? Grow herbs you regularly use such as basil, rosemary, and mint in your home to give your home greenery and use in the kitchen.
If you have pets be sure to research which ones are safe for them, but keep plants out of their reach anyway, just to be safe.
Not into gardening? That’s ok! Buying a bouquet of fresh flowers every now and again to put in a vase works too!
Choose Nature-Inspired Prints
Are you the creative type who thrives on DIY projects? Press and dry some flowers into pretty arrangements you can put in a picture frame.
Let In The Light
These shades also work wonders in protecting your furniture and floors from UV ray damage and are perfect for living rooms, kitchens, and sunrooms.