As the need for green, sustainable living grows, so does the demand for organic decor options that remind us of the scarcity of earth’s resources and the need to preserve them.
Let’s take a deep dive into some eco-friendly, organic room designs you can incorporate into your home.
Thermal Control Materials
Large, adjustable windows and stone walls help moderate the ambient temperature as they provide great insulation. Carpets are also efficient thermal insulators. Experts say that carpeting can retain up to 10 percent of a room’s heat.
Round, Smooth Shapes
Feel a sense of calm and tranquility with this biophilic design. The lounge has a cavelike feel, and the roundness and smoothness of most of the furniture evokes a feeling of embracing the protection of nature.
We are inspired by the fine lines and modern elements here. The use of natural materials, boards, and textures creates a comfortable, lived-in feel.
Greenery is to interior design what a black dress is to fashion – it just never goes out of style. Succulent plants are mesmerizing because they contribute natural colors and shapes to any small space.
Natural Stone Details
Naturally occurring stones are an essential element of an organic-modern interior. Marble and granite may be costly, but don’t shelve the idea just yet. There is no need to garnish the entire room with it; a simple stone wall or even some stones piled in the corner of a room should suffice. If you are on a strict budget, you can opt for a marble table or lamp.
Add Polished Wood and Metal
The natural elements and textures in this kitchen arrangement work superbly, with clean lines, stone splashback, and a blend of wood and metal coming together to provide a comfy living space for sharing meals.
This room is inspired by the Japandi Style based on the idea that living spaces should be minimalistic with natural elements and smooth lines. Pottery, fresh-cut wooden furniture, and univariate colors are the hallmarks of this Japanese-Scandinavian system.
Linen materials and faded wood give the illusion of antiquity, especially when combined with hand-crafted bags, baskets, and mats.
The Right Light
The right lighting can transfigure any room. Finding the right type of illumination can be tricky. But you can never go wrong with an overhead luminary to illuminate smooth, clean-lined furnishings.
Clean, angular shelving made from fine-grained, multi-textured wood makes your entire room natural and chic.