Trends: Home Decor Inspired by Nature

Home Decor Inspired by Nature

Home Decor Inspired by Nature

I’m rather smitten by the Origin range which is part of A by Amara’s newly launched Autumn and Winter 2017 collection.

It’s a lovely interpretation of a growing trend to furnish and decorate our homes with all things natural. And all things ‘inspired’ by nature. The range features a mix of textures and colours that bring to mind country walks, forest glades, and the sweeping landscapes of our beautiful shores. And just as in nature, neutral tones are freshened up with pops of lush green.

Home Decor Inspired by Nature

Pike Mirror, £200. Driftwood Side Table, £200. Copper Lamp, £85.

Home Decor Inspired by Nature

Eldorado Duvet Cover – £75-£95, Eldorado Pillowcase Pair – £30, Ochoco Cushion – 50x50cm – Natural – £70, Sawtooth Cushion – 30x50cm – £90, Tonto Throw – £60, Tongass Side Table – £120, Delta Tall Vase – £40.

Home Decor Inspired by Nature

Bienville Cushion – 45x45cm – £90, Cherokee Cushion – 40x40cm – £70, Delta Tealight Holder – £20, Coronado Cushion – £30, Wyre Throw – £2,500, Tongass Teak Bowl – Small – £40, Tongass Round Teak Hurricane – Small – £25, Prescott Hurricane – £30.

Home Decor Inspired by Nature

 Tongass Round Teak Hurricane Lamp, £35. 

Home Decor Inspired by Nature

Gunnison Dinner plate – £15, Gunnison Side Plate – £12, Gunnison Bowl – £12, Paloma Matt Gold Cutlery set, 24 piece – £250, Tongass Teak Bowl – Large – £60.

5 Trend Tips

1. Keep to a neutral colour palette. Browns, greys, beige, and cream. Muddy blues, and greens add interest too.

2. Stick to natural materials. Wood, stone, concrete, metal, rattan, marble. Are all great for this look and have the added advantage of looking immediately timeless.

3.Textures are very important to add interest. Driftwood, gnarled wood, knitted wool, string, woven accessories, pitted surfaces. All textures that are found naturally in nature.

4. Pops of green will enliven the scheme. This can be added in textiles, on wallpaper, or better still, with real plants.

5. The addition of a few metallic items (gold is warmer) will add a touch of luxury and sophistication.

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8 Comments

  1. Reply

    Rachel @ The Ordinary Lovely

    July 19, 2017

    I think nature and naturals are probably my favourite trends. They’re timeless. Wood, white, and greenery are beautiful together. And then I go and ruin the combination with fuchsia. I just can’t help myself 🙂

    • Reply

      deardesigner

      July 24, 2017

      I know what you mean Rachel. 🙂

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    Rachel @ Fresh Design Blog

    July 14, 2017

    That’s very nice and very live-able with, I can definitely see this trend being big. I love all the uses of natural wood and your tips for creating the look are great.

    • Reply

      deardesigner

      July 24, 2017

      Thanks Rachel xx

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    Susan Earlam

    July 14, 2017

    Gorgeous products and styling here! I love the boho vibes

    • Reply

      deardesigner

      July 14, 2017

      Yup. Me too Susie 🙂

  4. Reply

    Kimberly ~ Swoon Worthy

    July 14, 2017

    I find myself loving textural neutrals more and more as time goes on (which would have surprised me a few years ago) – but they really do add something timeless and elegant. Of course, I adore those beautiful dishes with the marbled gold pattern, just gorgeous xx

    • Reply

      deardesigner

      July 14, 2017

      Same here Kimberly. 🙂

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