Organic design elements are made of materials which come from nature. The addition of natural, organic elements in our interiors can make us feel calm, at peace, and above all, welcomed. It is now known that using organic interior design elements to connect humans to nature nurtures health and well-being. Natural materials are also a healthier choice for interiors as they are non-toxic with little to no VOCs, thus ensuring better indoor quality. The use of organic elements in interior spaces is always a win-win. Here’s a look at some ways to bring organic elements into your interiors.
Natural stone is one of the most popular, and enduring, organic elements used in home design. It lends a beautiful, organic vibe to any interior design style, and it is also inherently earth-friendly due to its recyclability, durability, enduring life-cycle, and ease of care and maintenance.
Calacatta Gold marble countertops in the kitchen produce an elegant look, but lend a warm, welcoming vibe as well.
A dramatic all-white Carrara marble fireplace is the focal point of this quintessential modern living room.
Woven elements offer a handmade quality with terrific texture. They can look rustic or modern and simultaneously graphic and natural.
These colorful woven baskets make a spectacular wall grouping, while adding a cheerful organic vibe.
Nothing says organic like natural wood. From flooring to ceiling, to walls, furnishings, and accessories, wooden elements always lend welcoming warmth to any design style.
What could be more organic than mud, clay and water? The appeal of brick in modern design is unmatched.
Peeling back the layers to expose this brick wall reveals the past while complementing the present. The uniformity in pattern makes a gorgeous backdrop for this modern space as well as adding texture and color.
Bringing in natural sunlight as a design element is one of the easiest and cheapest ways to incorporate one of nature’s most beautiful elements. Natural daylighting can make any room come alive.
Expansive glass walls will certainly allow plenty of natural light, but the light can be unbearable at times. This house makes a statement with folded perforated sheets that jut from glass walls to filter the sunlight entering the house.