Biophilic interior design can be worked into any type of design aesthetic. It’s the process of adding a bit more nature to your home with plants, raw or naturally stained wood, stone, and other natural elements. Here are a few ideas.
A Living Wall
Plants always work but take Biophilic to the next level with a living wall. You have many options to choose from but moss wall art is the easiest to maintain as it doesn’t need to be watered. That’s right, as long as there is at least 40 to 50 percent humidity in the air no water is required. Just don’t hang moss in direct sunlight or in front of heating and cooling. You will need to have it professionally trimmed once or twice per year.
Water Or Fire Element
Water and fire don’t typically come to mind when you think of interior design but both can be added in modern and decorative ways. Look for plugin water fountains that add a soothing sound to your room and consider a clean-burning fire bowl that you can add inside or outside of your home.
Wood Art And Accents
Most of us have a bit of wood in our home with either our floors or our furniture but consider adding a few accents with your accessories and even a few decorative wood art pieces. This might be a wooden bowl, gorgeous driftwood, or abstract wood wall art.
Here’s to bringing nature indoors in modern ways!