Green Interior Design

By on May 7, 2013

Nowadays, scores of people around the world are opting for “green” or “organic” interior design.

This is to some extent due to the fact that individuals once again are starting to prefer living a life surrounded by nature.

As proof of this, look at the ratio of places where people travel to relax – they are mostly in nature. We are animals therefore we all prefer inhaling fresh, clean air.

Artificially ventilated interiors of big city offices do not offer fresh oxygen; this is one of the reasons why people travel to far, exotic places to relax.

Now, think for a second; what kind of room would you prefer spending most of your life in? A room that provides you with a breeze, natural light and fresh oxygen? Or a room that is artificially ventilated?

Back in the day, people used to think that organic interior design is the choice of individuals who do not want to invest a lot in their interior design.

There are some people who don’t like the look of plants in their design, but the majority agree that it is a fantastic interior design option.

A well designed organic interior design can be attractive, highly relaxing and even healthy.

Organic interior design uses organic elements to create designs by features minimal use of synthetic materials.

An organic interior decorator should be aware of the numerous types of natural design elements available on the market.

They should also know about natural items that can be used to replace any synthetic items. For this reason, it is quite challenging for ordinary interior designers to design eco-friendly interior designs.

Plants are a wonderful way to bring a bit of nature back into your home, but you don’t have to stop there.

Most modern interior designers agree that having natural elements in your home is fundamental to create a beautiful, healthy space.

It is also easy to implement, simply collect some stones from one of your favourite beach and place them on one of your countertops, or add some texture into your home with dried tree branches from your yard.

If you love having fresh (ideally organic) flowers in your house, try fashioning vases from things you already have in the house, like pretty bottles or cans.

Interior design can be intimidating, but don’t get overwhelmed by trying to turn your room into a showroom for the latest fashions.

Inviting Mother Nature back into your home by means of your interior design is a great way to get back to basics whilst infusing your home with warmth, colour, purpose and practicality.

Muun-unit is a hippie, eco-warrior, and nature-loving kind of guy – who enjoys travelling the world and cooking gourmet dishes.

He is passionate about everything “green” or eco-friendly, and believes that everyone should do their part in conserving our beautiful environment.

Muun-unit wrote this article for a eco-friendly company the manufactures and sells handpainted candles.

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