22 Jul 5 ways to decorate your indoor space
Posted at 14:45h in Blog
Nature has always been an inspiration for Art! Not only do interiors with organic elements bring peace and freshness in the life of the dweller, but they also never fail to delight guests when they step into a space filled with organic elements, from the grey concrete and gravel of the city streets. Let us explore some ideas that will give that natural twist to your indoor space.
Green walls are vertical structures with living plants growing on them. They are different from the external walls of a house where climbers can easily grow. In this case, the living plants are attached to the surface of the wall and don’t grow from the ground. Green walls are biophilic. Smart green walls, with the use of technology, are natural air-purifiers and humidifiers also.
Potted plants kept in the place where you spend most of your time are anti-depressants. Apart from purifying the air around you, they reduce stress and anxiety. Don’t go for the usual potted plants. Instead look for variety in size, mode of display etc. From indoor climbers to terrariums you can choose what you want. You can combine lighting ideas with plants as well.
Non-living Natural Elements
Fine art and artifacts have become stereotypical elements in interior design. Moreover, not every one of your guests may be interested in exploring your collection of art souvenirs. In a space where people come and go often, use natural objects as elements of interior decoration. Use colorful stones, dried pine fruit, sun-burnt clay etc. This will not only be innovative but naturally soothing too.
Natural timbre furniture is a classic way to decorate! But there are other ways in which you can introduce wooden elements in your indoor space without making it look too obvious. A wood accent wall partnered with complementary floor rugs or carpets gives that quintessential rustic vibe.
No, flowers kept indoors do not always have to be artificial. Keep a potted cactus on a coffee table or a potted herb at the dining area. You can also go for flower shrubs at the window sills.
At a time when the world is threatened by crises like global warming, climate changes, lack of fresh air, water etc, make sure that your interiors give out the “go green” message. Going for natural interior space is not only popular these days but also symbolic of changing mentalities. Be part of that change! If you need expert help, we are there for you. You can count on us for the best gardening ideas, indoor or outdoor.