NATURE HOME

Nature home style

Nature Style Home If you want to live in a house with relaxing and breezy air, you can apply the nature interior design concept. Many people imagine living in a nice home. They love to spend much time in a beautiful space which can make them closer to the nature. You can adorn the house with cornflower blue. It can make the wall interesting. A natural luxury can be achieved if you want to use a little effort to make it nice and sweet. There numerous themes that you can play based on the natural scenery. You can pick the theme based on your main interest.

 




 

House by nature

Some examples include the sun set, morning sunshine, raindrops, colorful flower, and blue beach. When you select the color, ensure that you can pick the light color for the main shade. The dark one should be the supporting color. The light color will never make the room look small and dark. In other words, it can make the room bigger and brighter. The wall can be treated to represent the nature interior design concept. If you like to beautify the wall of your daughter, you just have to add a modern themed mural on the wall. If your daughter like with relaxing accent, you can have the wall painted in sea world images.
 
 
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The jungle theme is also nice to have for it can bring relaxing and serene feeling. The bathroom will be more comfortable to access during the hectic day for you can add nice wallpaper. It can be in the images of waterfall and green forest. If you want to carry unique look without spending a lot of cash, you can treat it by using stencil. Draw the images that you like to apply not only on the wall but also on the ceiling or even furniture. However, you should avoid the busy pattern since it can make the nature interior design concept look complicated.
 
Connecting to nature can both relax and inspire, so why not create a garden of earthy delights indoors with one of Spring's hottest trends The Naturalist. Whether your style is modern, country, retro, eclectic or minimalist, you can incorporate the various elements of this informal look in a way that still reflects your personal style. Built largely on a faded neutral palette and layering textures, the Naturalist blends warm wood and rattan with linen and seagrass, a handwoven rug or cork flooring, botanical prints, and nature-inspired patterns, like floral or leaf motifs. When selecting furniture, look for plenty of natural materials and fibers, textiles with subtle, organic prints, faded solids in natural hues, and materials that are informal yet built to last.
 
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Area rugs both warm and soften a room, add visual interest and ground the space, which is why they're so often seen in our favorite rooms. Botanical designs inspire us and since they're a common theme in rug design, flowers and leaves are easy to find. Flea market finds and other found items, such as stones or shells, add tactile appeal and organic dimension, especially when placed beneath a glass cloche or artfully arranged on a bookcase.
 
 
 
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Here's a roundup of our favorite Naturalist finds, so take your cue from Mother Nature for a comfortable, inspired way of living — a trend that never goes out of style. Taking inspiration from the elements in our natural world, the Nature-Inspired style is fresh, lively and yet strictly modernist. The charm of this style definitely rests within the integration of botanics and flora into the home.