Natural materials such as wood and natural fibers, but also prints and patterns that refer to the plant world, the organic style , in its clear reference to nature, returns welcoming and harmonious environments, designed to give comfort, calm and tranquility. No longer considered a furnishing trend, but a real consolidated style that has for some time now involved the world of design and the home at 360 °, the organic style captures for the aesthetic quality that it manages to give to the environments combined with a feeling of well-being. But how to create environments in an organic style with modernity
Let’s discover the 4 “indispensable” elements in this article:
- Patterns and fantasies that refer to the plant world
- The importance of color
- Natural materials
- Woven furniture
Patterns and fantasies that refer to the plant world
Stylized or not, flowers, leaves, branches and trees of various kinds gracefully rest on fabrics, wall coverings and wallpapers , giving the rooms all the wonder of the natural world that hosts us. Perfect for any kind of environment, from the living room to the sleeping area, the vegetal patterns if well inserted can become the decorative center of gravity of spaces furnished in an organic style. Designed to dress one or more walls, these patterns give the rooms perspective and quality and reconnect, at least visually, with nature. Studied with soft and polite color palettes, as required by the style, they open to bright and welcoming environments, always measured and never excessive. The importance of color
Contrary to what one might think the organic styleit is not a monochromatic style to be achieved only with neutral tones and with the range of whites and beiges. The most current version of this trend particularly loves colors, as long as these are not too strong and vitaminic shades, and goes well with the sandy palettes that refer to the colors of the earth, with the most neutral greens, sage on everything, and with the inevitable gray scale, as long as these are declined in the most velvety and soft shades. Non-invasive colors but with a strong character to be harmonized with each other to create harmonious and dynamic personal palettes that are well combined with the natural materials at the base of the style. Natural materialsWood , bamboo , wicker , rattan , but also linen , cotton and jute are the natural fibers and materials that make up the perfect recipe for this style. Mixed together and composed in the right way, they give life to simple, but not at all trivial environments, in which the key words are undoubtedly well-being and harmony. Above all, the inevitable material for this style is certainly wood, declined and used in the warmest and most natural finishes (oak, birch …) and used for various types of furniture, but it also finds great space for surfaces. Parquet floors , but also the latest onesboiserie (back in great fashion), perfectly compose environments conceived as real “harmonic boxes”, often full of great natural light, and extremely welcoming. Woven furniture
To characterize the furniture and furnishing accessories that dress this style we certainly find the intertwining. Particular processing of natural materials that in their composition refer to climbing plants and the articulated branches of centuries-old trees. Whether it is woven of wood, straw, rattan or bamboo, they are the extra distinctive element that makes the style special and updates the trend. Developed on furniture and furnishings of various kinds, they give a scenographic note to the whole, characterizing the rooms with a decidedly particular decorative note, less essential and minimalist.
4 basic ingredients to be implemented and harmonized at will to create transversal environments conceived with a contemporary organic style. A contemporary and at the same time timeless style, warm, but essential and never redundant, capable, more than others, of giving life to sober and personal environments governed by a great feeling of tranquility and well-being. Living spaces inhabited by furnishings made with simple materials capable of creating a new relationship with the nature that surrounds us, a more conscious and more osmotic relationship in which the dwelling you live in is designed to be an integral part of a larger system, the nature and the world we live in.