Whether you live in Oregon or anywhere else in the world, you can easily incorporate elements of nature into your interior design. From lush greenery to beautiful blooms, there are endless ways to bring a touch of the outdoors indoors. In this blog post, we’ll share some of our favorite garden inspired home decor Oregon and beyond.
Bringing the Outdoors In
Bringing the beauty of nature into your home can be a great way to add a fresh and unique look to your decor. One way to do this is by adding natural elements like plants, flowers, and other outdoor-inspired accents. Consider adding plants in hanging baskets, potted plants on shelves or tables, or placing a terrarium on an end table. Not only will it make your home look more inviting, but plants also help purify the air and add calming vibes.
You could also hang wreaths or other greenery over doorways, windows, and walls. If you don’t have a green thumb, there are plenty of artificial greenery options that look realistic and won’t require any upkeep. Additionally, you can add outdoor-inspired artwork to give your space a whimsical touch.
Bring a touch of the garden indoors with creative flower-themed home decor. Create an eye-catching wall art arrangement by framing a selection of pressed flowers. You could also combine colorful wildflowers in an array of clear glass vases for a unique center piece. Try stringing together dried blooms to create a boho-style dream catcher, or add potted plants and flowers to shelves, windowsills and other areas to add a burst of vibrant color. If you’re feeling extra crafty, why not make paper flowers to hang in your window, on the wall or around door frames? For those who like to sew, why not try making fabric flowers out of vintage or scrap fabric, which can then be used as bunting or to adorn cushions and other items of home decor.
Bring a bit of the outdoors into your home with green decor! From olive-hued throw pillows to deep green furniture, these color accents can instantly brighten up any room. If you want to make a bigger statement, consider adding a living wall of plants to your space. Living walls are great for bringing life to an empty corner, as well as making any room look larger. If you don’t have a lot of outdoor space or don’t have a green thumb, you can always incorporate plants into your decor through artificial greenery like faux succulents and cacti. Not only are they low maintenance, but they can add a vibrant and natural touch to any room. You can also add vibrant pops of green through wall art and colorful rugs. From leafy greens to subtle sage, adding any shade of green to your home will create a sense of peace and tranquility.
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