3 Ways to Incorporate More Wood & Green Into Your Interior
Nothing makes your home feel more welcoming and alive than incorporating natural elements into its interior. Humans have loved the natural and organic appeal of elements that make us feel calm for generations.
There are plenty of ways to incorporate more wood and green into your home that are subtle and effective and that will make your space feel more peaceful. We’re going to take a look at some of them in this article. Read on for more.
Adding a Wooden Bed Frame
Your bedroom is the place you go to every night to relax, wind down, and sleep, and your bed is a fantastic way to incorporate wood into your home. One of the best ways to do this is by using a wooden bed frame and base, which you can easily make yourself, though there are plenty of affordable options available for purchase.
Wooden bed frames work well with any kind of linen and bedding, but green accents work especially well to create a more natural vibe. The frame doesn’t have to be intricate either – simple solid pieces of wood, or even several large wooden pallets, would do the trick just fine.
If you live in a home that has plenty of windows and large glass doors, then one of the easiest ways to incorporate green would be to invest in some indoor plants. There are many different kinds of indoor plants that you can use, many of which are very easy to maintain.
If you’ve got some extra shelf space, try adding some small pot plants to those, or if you have some space on the floor, you could incorporate some larger floor plants. The options are really limitless.
Wooden Dining Table
One of the spaces that you see the most in your home is the dining room, and the same goes for your guests. It goes without saying then that another great way to incorporate wood into your home would (no pun intended) be to use a wooden dining table.
If you’ve got a knack for DIY, you could easily make your own wooden dining table, but there are, of course, many on the market for you to purchase, all that come in various shapes and sizes. Try to choose one that works as an accent to your dining room.
Don’t be afraid to source up your interior and include natural elements in your home. There’s nothing more calming than walking into a room furnished with beautiful green houseplants and simple wooden furniture.