It’s the simplest styling trick in the book, but we’re constantly amazed by the way that one little plant—or a clutch of flowers—can add cheerfulness to a whole room. Lately, each of us on the Remodelista editorial team has been re-realizing the importance of this as we spend extra time at home this summer. A sprig of wildflowers on the nightstand or a spray of dried flowers on a kitchen table goes a long way.
Which is why many of us head over to Bloomist, the self-described “greenery fans, nature lovers, and designers who think life is much better with nature,” for a visual dose of serenity and inspiration for how to add nature into our indoor spaces. Bloomist believes in making the home a calm, healthy, happy refuge by bringing in glimpses of nature—whether that’s actual plants and stems, natural materials and textures, or calming daily rituals (something we could all use more of these days). They have some of the most beautiful dried flowers we’ve seen, plus their EcoFaux collection of artful dried botanicals, made of recycled and upcycled fibers—but also eco-friendly, meaningful wares made from natural materials by a diverse community of artisans and designers the world over. (Take a look at Bloomist’s Journals for just a few of their stories.)
Does a calm indoor sanctuary sound good right about now? Take a look at a few ways to add nature into your space, courtesy of Bloomist.
Photography by Troy House.
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