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Dining and living rooms can really flourish and gain new life and also to have a little bit of nature in the house. A simple garden can work as the ambassador of your home’s decorating theme.
Nature gives beauty to the outdoor garden, but an indoor garden mainly relies on the power of our hands. Our imagination and our desire will all be reflected in the design of our interior garden.
This article was originally published on January 9th, 2017.
With the interior courtyard decorated with glass screen, your modern home gets more natural light. In this way, you are also opening up the surrounding rooms to the outdoors.
With the ever-growing focus on sustainability and the importance of living green, it is no surprise that there Is an increased interest in making our homes reflect the outdoors. While our social feeds are full of plants, this trend takes it a bit further—touching on everything from architecture to accents.
Pinterest noted an uptick in the search for bringing the outdoors in on its site, and if it’s appearing on users’ boards the trend is clearly here to stay. Inspiring wall planters in this modern and contemporary living room.
Whether you are always looking for next brightest maximalist print or you have held steadfast to your affinity for minimalism, there’s a way to make this trend work for you. The space you are working with is also insignificant—even the smallest New York City apartments can benefit from a little exterior influence. Romantic living room ideas with colourful natural and artificial decorations!
The serenity a lush garden brings to any outdoor space can be easily translated into an indoor version. You can craft your own living wall by hanging up a variety of ceramic pots filled with your favourite plants.
Or you can simply purchase a slab of emerald green moss to create an instant accent wall. Whether you select moss, succulents, or herbs—it is a fresh take on bringing greenery under your roof. The cosy resting area with gorgeous decorative furniture items decorated with plants. Classic decorating ideas making use of the plant to create art.
For a space reminiscent of the great outdoors, finding textiles and accent items that mimic nature’s colours and patterns. Select a couple of cosy throws that resemble ground coverings in a forest. Even a jute rug is a gentle nod to warmer days of breezy outdoor living. Look no further than a wicker pendant lamp for a unique statement piece that feels organic. To grow a plant inside is a creative decorating idea for a dining room set.
An afternoon spent lounging in a sunroom can be surprisingly healing. The warmth and relaxation of following the sun’s movements all day long make for a special way to connect with nature. While we can’t all choose the frame of our houses and apartments, we can pay extra attention to spaces that allow for a little extra light.
If your home doesn’t have a designated sunroom placing a chair or comfy chaise in front of a window can satiate your need for sunrays. Plants look better on a light background and the room becomes colourful.
One of the wonderful things about embracing this trend is that it doesn’t take much to recreate. An accent item like a wood slab coffee table or a slate stone countertop are chic, yet refined ways of embracing organic elements. Cosy open space enlightened by the natural garden. Cute and creative decorating carpets for your living room decor! Garden brings style into this modern living room decor.
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