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Bring natural and organic elements into your interior design

by Ida Andersen on August 19, 2022

The organic design trend is a great way to bring the outdoors indoors by merging modern and natural interior design pieces. Wood, plants, and natural muted colours are only a few options to look at for those who seek to create a sustainable and serene interior. 

Get some ideas on how to incorporate natural and organic elements into your interior design.

GrowWIDE + StandWIDE Natural Ash

Bringing natural elements into your space can bring you peace and make you feel more relaxed. Not only that, but organic details and natural materials are timeless and create a modern yet welcoming atmosphere. 

There are a few easy ways you can bring green living into your home.

1. Use a neutral colour palette

Changing up the color scheme in your interior design is an easy way to bring more natural vibes into your space.

To choose the best color combination you can use color theory. However, natural and light colours have a positive impact on a person’s mood and overall being. They are versatile and easy to style. Also, they are a good choice for someone who does not want to spend too much time designing their home and still end up with a stylish and pretty space.

2. Bring nature into your space

Botanical elements are an extremely popular part of interior design at the moment. It is an easy way to incorporate natural elements into your space. 

Foliage does not only look beautiful, but it also has many benefits. Spending a lot of time around plants has a positive impact on mental health. Greenery helps relieve stress, depression, and anxiety. It also makes you feel more connected to nature and the outside world. Indoor plants (e.g. Peace Lily) help purify the air and create a healthier environment in your home.

Wall Planters

Our wooden planter Wall Design set

Many people shy away from plants because they think they require a lot of care. But it doesn’t always have to be the case. There are a few simple ways to reduce the effort needed to take care of plants and still enjoy the advantages that they bring.

SQUARELY COPENHAGEN offers one possible solution - self-watering plant systems. They take care of your plants to the lowest possible effort and allow you to go on with your busy lifestyle. With our planters, you will only need to water your plants 1-3 times a month.

3. Incorporate natural materials into your interior

Natural details help create a cosy and inviting feel in your home. Incorporating wooden elements into your interior design can tell a story that other materials can not. 

SQUARELY COPENHAGEN planters use sustainable recycled wood and are an easy way to add a touch of the forest to the interior. They come in three different finishes to fit any of your interior design needs.

4. Get more light in

Light is essential to a person’s well-being. Having natural light in your space not only improves mood but also adds serenity and calmness to the space. 

Let the light in with

GrowBIG, GrowWIDE + StandWIDE, and GrowON Wall all in natural ash

Natural light accentuates colours and can bring out design elements in your space. There are plenty of ways to make sure that light is maximized in your space

Also, if you have any greenery, natural light is essential to plants' health.

5. Choose pieces that fit your style

When thinking about changing your home’s interior design it’s important to not blindly follow trends and make choices that fit your style. 

Before making any decisions take some time to look at your current home and assess your style. Then look for some inspiration and see how you can incorporate it into your current home.

GrowWIDE and GrowON self-watering planters in Natural Ash

GrowWide and GrowOn planters in Natural Ash

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