Nature inside

Are you familiar with the term biophilic design? The best way to understand it is by first explaining the biophilia definition:

Biophilia is a desire or tendency to interact, associate, or commune with nature.

In modern interior design, biophilia is more than placing a plant or two in your home. It is about incorporating many design principles into your space to improve health and well-being. Nature connects us to the world around us in ways nothing else can. When you incorporate the natural world into your environment, you help promote health and well-being while reducing heart rate, blood pressure, and stress. Biophilic design helps foster emotional attachments to our environment by satisfying the human need to affiliate with nature. It is through these attachments that we can increase our productivity, creativity, health, and performance.

So the outdoors are calling, as shoppers spend more time outdoors and continue looking for ways to bring organic elements into their homes or on the go. Many look to incorporate old-fashioned florals, plant-based fibers ( macrame), and real greenery, as well as detailed botanical elements into their rooms. You can find several of these trendy natural ways for your home at our Etsy shop or within our blog ( if you wanted to try a DIY project).Β

You can add real live small easy to care air plants to any room in the home, office, or dorm room. The shop offers tillandsia and bulbosa air plants. Don’t have the best with plants. That’s okay, the shop offers faux air plants and faux succulents. 

Follow the link to see:

If you are always on the go and want to add a little macrame look to your style then check out these fun keychains:

Also our blog has a DIY macrame

If you are thinking about adding a fun way to show off your plant the shop offers over 50 different style animal planters. The shop also accepts custom requests, so if you don’t see a style you like, just message and ask!  These cute foxes definitely bring a little cottage woodland charm to any space! :

If you want to add your own botanical decor to your space then try these easy DIY projects:

Also the shop offers beautiful rose twinkle lights as a peaceful botanical decor:

These are only some of the many aspects of biophilic design. With artificial light, air conditioning, synthetic textiles, and mass-produced products filling our homes, it is crucial to incorporate living things or their by-products into our interior design ideas.

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I am a mother, wife, and artist. My true passions are art,environmental awareness, and gardening. I have an Etsy shop where you can find my products are all designed and created by me,help of my computer program, and my 3D printer creating a one of a kind design for your home or office.I am inspired by nature every day and being blessed by living near the ocean gives me the opportunity to find inspiration to bring into my shop and my blog posts.I try to be creative in my designs and I love sharing tips and new ideas in my blogs.

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