5 tips to bring the outdoors indoors

 Who doesn't want a little of the outdoors inside their home? Beeing in nature gives us such a revitalising and calming feeling, so why not incorporate it in out homes? That shouds tempting right? Well, I have 5 great tips for you, just in case you are considering to bring a little outdoors inside your home. Enjoy!

Natural light is a must - Natural light is essential when you’re trying to create this outdoors-inspired space, so try to throw as much natural light into the room as possible. If you don't have the budget to build a conservatory, you can still go for some bi-folding doors with heated glass that will give you the possibility to create a continuity between your house and your garden and keep your house warm at the same time.

Go for natural colors  - To make sure you feel like you’re outside when you sit on your couch, choose colours that are inspired by nature. Think green, yellow, blue and neutral tones. Use these in your décor, bedding, curtains and walls before adding to them with natural things such as flowers, fruit and wooden accessories.

Choose a natural floor - Choose something warm and inviting like bamboo, cork or wood. These natural materials won’t just add to the overall organic feeling you’re creating in your home but will also feel much warmer underfoot.

Use natural patters and fabrics - Inspired by nature, materials such as hemp, rattan and wicker are a must for creating this calming oasis in your home. From chairs to baskets, there are a number of ways you can bring these natural textures into your interior design. They’ll also help you to create different layers of design within your home, adding to the overall impact of your décor.

Choose eco-friendly products - Nothing will make you feel closer to nature than eco-friendly products that have been made from the elements of the earth. Almost all of the products in our home come in an eco-friendly variety, including towels and bedding and even paint and cleaning products. Not only will this help you to feel calmer and at one with nature, but it also means you’re doing your bit for the environment too!

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