You don’t have to create your living space look like the set of Twilight, but touches of the organic world add warmth to any décor, from super-sleek contemporary boxes to over-the-top baroque castles.
There’s something especially nice about the comparison between the organic lines, shades and textures of pure components and the much more linear human-made world.
ABC Carpet & Home
Cobble Hill Terra Stools/Side Tables – $195
These wood-slab tripod stools are the perfect mix of pure elements and iconic contemporary layout. They’d look amazing in a white kitchen or as end tables in an eclectic, flea-market-inspired room.
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
Use branches. Hey, and they can double as hat racks!
A branch-base table matches in even in a masculine, contemporary room.
The Office of Charles de Lisle
The rectangular shape is individual. The remainder is Mother Nature.
Natural Tree Stump Side Table – $249
West Elm’s stump table has become a modern icon. Probably because it can not really be improved upon. Straightforward. Elemental. Functional.
More Gnarly End Tables
Joel Kelly Design
The beautiful colour, form and feel of this live-edge wood produces this dining table one-of-a kind.
Debora carl landscape layout
An indoor woods, complete with moss and ferns. Add your personal woodland nymphs.
Tim Barber Ltd Architecture
Moss as houseplant: tidy and crazy at the identical time.
This forest-floor rug from Angela Adams is over-the-top amazing. It may be highly impractical (if you don’t live in a style magazine), but it sure is cool.
Michael Tauber Architecture
A backsplash of river stone makes you feel somewhat like washing your face.
Nunley Custom Homes
A stone bathtub and views of outdoors is similar to having a hot springs directly from the bedroom.
Clayton Gray Home
River Stone Boiled Wool Stool – $440
Here’s a heap of rocks you can actually find comfy on. Ok, it’s really a pouf.
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