One of the top interior design trends is bringing the outside into your home or office, as this does not only refresh and revive a space, but also creates feelings of calm and relaxation which are integral to our wellbeing.
Having leafy prints and floral accessories indoors will help you to connect with nature and feel peaceful no matter what is going on around you. Plus, your rooms will feel fresh and full of life too!
There are lots of great ways to introduce this trend into your space, including buying houseplants or painting walls. One of the simplest options is to invest in some homeware and accessories that are designed to bring the outside in that you can add this trend to your home or office immediately.
For items that will restore and revive your home, look no further than John Lewis’ ‘Complementing Nature’ range. This range has options to suit all budgets, including everything from coasters to dining sets, and uses natural materials, such as oak and seagrass, and subtle, neutral tones to help you to embrace this trend no matter what your budget is.
We love the Willow Bough Curtains which combine natural colours and an elegant pattern that nod to the bringing the outside in trend in a subtle way. The print shows young willow boughs on a neutral background, and will be a gorgeous addition to almost any room.
The Little Botanical Green Plant Gang – what better way to bring in the outdoors than this set of 3 leafy plants in grey ceramic pots? These low-maintenance plants are ideal for those who are not naturally ‘green-fingered and will transform any indoor space.
Go into a Tropical Daze
If you prefer your homeware to be more colourful, take a look at Very’s Tropical Daze range which uses bold prints and brighter colours which will enable you to create an interior look that really stands out and is sure to be a talking point among your guests.
Once again, this range covers items for every room, so you can decorate your whole home in this trend if you like!
With so many amazing ways to bring the outside in and introduce this popular interior design trend into your home, why not bring either a natural or tropical look into your home or office today?