Bring Nature Into Your Home

 Bring Nature Into Your Home

I love being outside given the weather in North Carolina, there are few opportunities to enjoy the weather. It’s hot, it’s cold, it’s wet and right now in the spring the HomesCute  pollen is too much to bear. Luckily there are tons of products out there that let us enjoy the beauty of nature in our own homes. Flowers are the easiest and most popular way to put a little color into a room. They come in almost every shade! I have a metal wall hanging over my bedroom mirror shaped like a cherry blossom branch. It’s one of my favorite pieces and helps me feel like it’s springtime even during the most dreary days.

The only thing about flowers is that they can look a little too feminine if overdone in common rooms. If you want a more rustic look, try animal-inspired pieces like a Faux Antler Bowl. The color is neutral and will go with any palette and it’s slightly more manly than pink cherry blossoms. Using small pieces like this bowl are a way to bring natural, pastoral themes into your decor without overdoing it. The browns and other dark colors typically found within this theme can sometimes darken a room which you especially don’t want in the wintertime.

One of the things I love about nature is all the whimsy found when you play with colors and shapes. Animals and plants are a great decorating idea for children’s rooms. It ties childhood and nature together in a very modern way. I found these great owl shelves Etsy.com. They’re cute and perfect for a little girl’s room.

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