Creating a home that you feel happier is so much easier in your mind than it is in reality. Because home decor can take a lot of work, even when you want it to look really natural. When you have some stellar ideas for what you’d like to achieve, more often than not, they end up staying as ideas. Whether you can’t find the inspiration you need to get started, or your budget is looking a little light right now, try not to be put off. Because you can create the stunning natural home that you’ve always wanted, you just need to take it step by step.
Start With The Colours
When you’ve got too much to think about, you can often over-complicate things and stop yourself from just getting started. So, to strip things back so that you can actually start moving forwards, begin with something basic, like the colors you want to use. And because you’re looking to style out very natural vibes, this should be quite simple. To create the look you have in mind, stick with neutrals. Beiges and browns, soft greens, pink, or metallics can often work well in the home and will allow you to achieve a natural feel.
Pick The Perfect Base
When you’ve decided on the colors that you’re going to use, and you’ve started to work with the walls, you then can move on to the floor. Whether you’re decorating one room or several, keeping everything unified is often a great way for your home to look very natural. And you’ll find that the flooring choices you make can contribute to that. Going with something such as bamboo and cork flooring should help. Either can add a very natural feel to a space, which will help with the air you want to achieve.
Use Restored Furniture
When it comes to picking out the furniture, you can do this over time, or bit by bit. When you really want to add a natural element, you should think about working with wood and restored furniture in particular. To do this, you can either hunt through different antiques and vintage shops for bargains, or even restore old pieces of furniture yourself.
Stick To Natural Fabrics
To complement your use of wood, you should think about the natural fabrics you can bring into the space too. Whether you opt for hessian or even cotton, just make sure that you’re picking out soft furnishings that give a warming, homely feel to the space and keep to the neutral color palette you first picked out.
Style Out With A Touch Of Green
Finally, the last thing you may want to do is add in an element of green. But this doesn’t have to be in color alone. Plants can add a really calming and natural feel to your decor. Whether you want to add in some cool cacti or larger houseplants, you should find that you can really set off your natural theme with a little something living. Combined with the different natural textures you’ve picked out, you design should finally feel complete.