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Sometimes, missing a garden can go a bit deeper than having nowhere to tan. Occasionally, it’s possible to adapt to a different kind of garden, such as an allotment or shared space- but sometimes you just can’t get enough of the calming feeling of nature. Luckily for you, bringing that feeling indoors is a lot easier than you’d think.
There’s no neons in nature, but that doesn’t mean your natural living room is doomed to stay brown and green. The odd pop of natural colour is ideal for making a pretty feature or piece of furniture stand out. Use natural fabrics and materials throughout the room, from beautiful leather or faux leather sofas to wooden tables. The Fulham is one natural looking real leather wonder that’ll blend right in to any organic living room. Green is an important part of feeling like you’re outside, whether that be with plants or otherwise. If your thumb’s as green as your sofa, consider getting fake plants instead- well made, they can look just like the real thing. Thank us later.
Natural textures and symbols are super important for making a living room have the right vibe. Even if you’re using all natural materials, sometimes you have to spell it out. There’s lots of decorations similar to branches, but we love wall or window fixtures in the shape of a tree. Not your thing? Jungle wallpaper on side walls can look amazing against an otherwise white background. If you’re still struggling, bust out the statement pieces. A plant-themed sculpture or lamp could be just what you need to make extra sure your living room screams living!
So, what is your opinion on sofas in the bedroom… yay or nay? If you are thinking about purchasing a sofa for the bedroom, definitely make sure you keep size in mind. Whilst having a sofa in the bedroom is cool, if your sofa is too large it may leave your room looking too cluttered and overpowered by the sofa.