Earth-conscious home trends, from outdoor rooms to modular construction, stem from a continuing preference for green and sustainable architecture.
Humans respond to nature universally with feelings of joy and tranquility; as John ruskin said, “it is the poetry of nature … that uplifts the spirit within us.” The nature-inspired closet is defined by the colors, materials and textures found in the natural world. Featuring walls warmed by earth tones or vibrant hues of autumn leaves, this space appeals to people wanting to live in a healthy environment that feels untouched by man. Comfort is addressed with hand-woven throw rugs on hardwood flooring. And as in nature, the flow of the closet exactly suits its user.Weathered woods with gently distressed finishes and blonder woods with clear stain will play an important part in this aesthetic. Closets may be paneled in melamine with the addition of real wood door and drawer faces. to complement the wood we will see stone or granite countertops (or at least the look) on islands and display areas. transparent resin door inserts contain a myriad of natural elements such as reeds, flowers and leaves; or textures that mimic ice or rain.elements of style:
• Color palette: earth tones, soft greens, spice hues of cinnamon and clove
• Wood notes
• Textured wood grains
• Incorporating natural materials such as leaves, shells and reeds
• Glass elements: counters, doors and shelving
• Stone and granite countertops