More ways to bring nature inside your home
There are more things than flowers and plants that can pull the outside inside and make nature part of your interior design. Going natural in your choices of materials, motifs and decorations is a good way to let the great outdoors add a sense of groundedness and positivity to your home.
Finding beauty is in the smallest things
Collecting fallen cones, leaves and bark on walks outside can be the start of a nice centrepiece on the coffee table. This birch display shelf is a natural statement in itself and makes an excellent canvas for your outdoorsy creativity.
A wall of natural wonder
Wall decorations made of sedge, rattan, bamboo and such are an easy way to get an eye-catching natural backdrop. They don’t even have to be wall decorations to begin with. Placemats, baskets and box lids work just as well in the mix.
Frames draw attention to detail
A single leaf in a picture frame is a nice decoration in all its simplicity. Especially in an all-glass frame hanging in a window where the sunlight playfully can shine through to reveal every vein, contour and shifting nuance.
A whiff of the wilderness
Scented candles can also draw nature a little closer. Not least if you choose a candle with pleasant pine notes. Or why not a sweet, smoky scent? That way it’s not only the flame that stirs memories of nights by warming fires.
Treasures in glass domes
Rocks you find when you’re out and about can be billions of years old. So, when you find a few you’d like to put on display, perhaps they deserve a little special treatment – like some glass domes that bring out their true uniqueness.
A vase made for singular beauty
Vases are great multitools for all kinds of bouquets and branches. This glass vase is no exception, but thanks to its metal lid with a hole in the middle it’s particularly perfect for displaying the beauty of a single long-stemmed flower.