Isn’t there something about crisp air, orange and red leaves underfoot, and aromas of hearth fires that makes us want to infuse our living spaces with natural elements? Whether it’s a sisal rug, a wool throw, or something more common like an unfinished, wooden farmhouse table, we use touches like these to invite the warmth of nature into our homes. We’ve selected items for you that were inspired by nature, and we think you will love incorporating them into your own space. Let us know what you like best in the comments!
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We saw this pillow while prepping for a photo shoot and instantly thought of the glimmering scales of a mermaid tail. This gorgeously beaded pillow would play nicely with a chenille or velvet sofa.
We love how oyster shells have been incorporated to form a necklace around the perimeter of this mirror. Swoon!
The soft glow of this chandelier will have a beautiful effect in a dining room or corner of a living room. Its “blooms” look just like the characteristically grouped blossoms of the real thing!
We saw the name of this rug and laughed—nailed it! While the texture mirrors tree bark, you’ll find this rug is far softer. These days, commercial interiors practically demand carpet tiles. We can’t think of a project we’ve worked on that hasn’t at least shown them as an option. That doesn’t mean these residential carpet tiles made by Flor can’t work for you! Try this pattern in an entry hall or as a nursery room rug. We love Flor’s idea of putting together several patterns or colors to create infinite designs. Too many choices? Contact us, and we’ll help you put together a beautiful and durable rug in no time flat!
The beautiful undulations of these marble bowls remind us of the natural, ruffled edges of wavy coral or carnations. Place one in your foyer as a catchall, on a dresser to hold your favorite bracelets, or on a coffee table as an accent piece. They look equally attractive empty or full!
Written by Emilie Kyle
Edited by Cassandra Reinhart