An angular island draws the eye in this custom kitchen. Black steel cabinets draw the eye to the unique walnut island and vent hood. Integrated appliances and quartz countertops complete the room’s sleek look.
Soft neutrals, woven shades and plenty of natural light create a stunning, relaxing retreat in this serene living area. A large striped area rig adds warmth to the space, while the use of organic materials brings a casual aspect to the space.
Add a festive touch to the seating area with a handmade organic garland. This all-natural version is made with a mix of twine, magnolia leaves and acorns. For an unexpected update, metallic paint is brushed onto the magnolia leaves.
Natural wood accents introduce rich texture and organic shape to a space. Keep driftwood or burl in its natural state by simply adding a clear sealant. This will allow the walnut tones of the wood to read naturally and also keep the material authentic.
Designer Debbie Perez transformed this 1990's master bath from blue and white to this beautiful organic serene space. By replacing the white cabinets and tile with custom cabinets and wood floors that can handle the mositure in a bathroom.
The key to making rooms feel well curated and balanced is the proper mix of organic materials. Nearly every element in this room is made from all-natural materials, including the driftwood floor lamps, Belgian-linen upholstery, cotton draperies, rustic wooden nesting tables and aged-brass hardware.
Add and till in 2 to 3 inches of organic matter. Organic matter helps improve soil aeration and water retention and enhances the microbial population in your soil. The bottom line is that organic matter makes your soil healthier. Till in fertilizer or lime based on the results of your soil test.
A private garden area connects all of the interior spaces in this Manhattan penthouse to the outdoors to offer a serene, quiet space in the middle of the city. The design is balanced through a mix of industrial and organic hardscaping materials.
If you want to broaden your baby’s palate but don’t have the bandwidth to prepare an elaborate, flavorful meal, check out Plum Organics’ Hello Dinner packets. Ashley Muir Bruhn, creator of Hither and Thither, tried these with her baby daughter. The meals are made with whole grains and contain hints of spices and herbs, and they only require a bit of hot water to prepare.
Vaulted exposed wood beams are paired with three massive pendant lights to bring the 17-foot-high ceilings down and create a cozier environment. Simple yet comfortable furniture surrounds an oversized gray coffee table, while neutral floor poufs provide extra seating when needed.
Glass walls fully retract to open the living and dining spaces of this modern home to its natural outdoor setting. The hillside views are rugged and natural, and organic interior elements help connect the indoor and outdoor vistas. Clean lined, modern furniture fits with the clean, geometric planes of the architecture. Meanwhile, the open-concept plan keeps the sight lines open and clear.