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When you live in a flat and do not have easy access to a garden, achieving any kind of natural atmosphere seems like a bit of an impossible task. Lacking green outdoor space doesn’t have to mean that you say goodbye to Mother Nature, as there are several different adjustments and investments that you can make which might just help you to bring the outside in and really switch up the atmosphere. So, if you want to know more about what you can to make your home feel a little less man-made with some more natural touches, then read on to uncover the best tips and tricks that you can make the most of to get started on your transformation in no time at all.
Growing Your Own Plants
There are so many different plants that can easily thrive inside your home, whether this be in the bathroom or on a windowsill, producing flowers, herbs or even fruit or vegetables. Growing your own indoor plants will really add to the natural feel of your flat, and most are very simple to maintain requiring nothing more than sunlight and water. Some plants are a lot stronger than others, so be sure that you research the species and its natural environment or specific needs before purchasing.
Though you may believe that only the most natural additions will be of benefit to your flat, there are some artificial options that might do the trick too. For example, if you have access to your own balcony or terrace then it’s a great idea to search for some synthetic turf that has the same look and feel as normal grass but without the need for any upkeep at all. As well as this, including certain prints and materials around your flat will help to increase the natural vibe. You might opt for some faux fur throws or animal prints bedding to create a more exotic bedroom, or a feature wall boasting floral patterns to add a splash of style and colour.
Let There Be Light
Ensuring that your flat gets as much natural light as possible should be one of your main priorities, as the darker each room is, the more contained and unnatural you will feel. Open the windows regularly to gain fresh air and sunlight, and try not to keep blinds or curtains drawn during the day time. Adding more light to your home will always make it appear to be more spacious, but opt for warm toned bulbs rather than white as these can appear very cold and unwelcoming.
Making your flat feel more natural needn’t be as difficult as you might think when you follow the handy hacks listed above. Start by investing in some indoor plants that can freshen up your surroundings. Then, take a bit of time to search for any artificial additions that you make which will add to the design aspect of your homes interior, such as animal and floral prints. Keep your home bright by letting in as much natural light as possible.
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