This light and bright living room features a white sofa paired with a matching armchair positioned around a wooden coffee table. Neutral grasscloth wallpaper acts as an accent wall, while exposed beam ceilings are featured above. Arched doorways lead to a hallway.
Rich browns and lively greens create a nature-inspired color palette to match the nature-inspired decor that fills this trendy restaurant. Nested light fixtures with tree branch canopies provide striking interest overhead.
Window frames and doors and much of the decor in the Pinewood Forest Idea Home centers on a restful, elegant charcoal gray that works beautifully with the mix of vintage and contemporary art and furniture that blends thoughtful heirloom pieces and new design.
When choosing your table decor, consider repeating some of the details of the natural surroundings. Here, the design team chose vertical glass candlesticks that reference the site’s towering trees, as well as the wintery gleam of icicles. Evergreen boughs add softness to the tabletop—just as they do to the view from each seat.
This soft, nature-inspired teen bedroom features sophisticated decor and gold accent details. The black metal bed frame sits in front of a lavender forest accent wall with an ornate chandelier overhead.
The soft shades of blue, green and beige used throughout this living room blend seamlessly with the serene outside view. Your eye easily takes in both the interior design choices and the beauty beyond all the windows because they don't compete.
Driftwood decor is a go-to choice when designers want to bring a coastal look into a home, whether it's on the water or not. It can be as simple as gathering one big piece or multiple pieces that catch your eye on nature strolls. A large piece also can fill a section of your bookshelf, which saves even more money on decor.
A cream couch with blue decorative pillows sits just beyond a brown wall with accessorized with nature-inspired decor. Hints of blue in the hazy wall pattern complement the soft blue in the couch accent pillows.
“I always love bringing seasonal nature into any table, which influenced my choice in greenery, pears and antlers,” says blogger Cassie Bustamante. Log candlestick holders were made from a found fallen limb. Thrifted amber-hued glassware adds a warm glow.
Orchids are one of the best plants for a bathroom if you have a window, because they love the humidity but need light, says Cindi MacPherson of the The Interior Partners. Add a touch of nature to your bathroom decor with an orchid like this one, and pull color from other parts of the room into your counter decor. This hammered gold tray mirrors the gold roman shade.