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  • Writer's pictureJenny

Creating a Nature-Infused Home

There were many lessons learned during the coronavirus pandemic. For example, many of us realized that while staying inside has its advantages, it’s not quite the same as going outdoors! We’ve been avoiding nature for a while, but now’s the time to return. It can, after all, bring so many pleasures. Of course, it’s not possible to always spend three or four days soaking up the natural earth. As such, we have to find ways to bring into our lives in a different way. One method for doing this is to bring touches of it into our home. In this blog, we’re going to run through some of the most effective ways of incorporating nature into our homes.

Bring the Sunlight

You’ll find it difficult to feel the touch of nature if you live in a dark and cramped environment! As such, one of the most effective -- and simplest -- things you can do is to add some more natural light to your home. There’s nothing quite like waking up on a beautiful spring or summer day and just feeling the sun’s rays pouring into your home. If your home does not currently provide that experience, then look at working with a home window installation contractor. They’ll be able to add windows that’ll brighten up your space.

Plants Everywhere

If you can’t go to where the plants live naturally, then bring the plants to you! It can be highly rewarding to look after plants, and they’ll bring so much to your life, too. They’ll improve your home’s air quality, give your mood a boost, and just plain old look great. You can start with a few “easy to look after” plants before stepping up to the more complex organisms. One thing we can say is that you won’t regret bringing plants into your life because no one ever does.

Incorporate Natural Materials In Your Home

You’ll need to have the basics of your home if it’s going to work well, so why not make them nature-inspired? Having natural materials such as stone and wood running throughout your home will give it that back to earth feel. They’ll work in most places of your room, but especially in your kitchen.

On the Walls

You can also look at having some nature-inspired art on the walls. Studies have shown that looking at photographs of nature can be nearly as beneficial as seeing it in real life. It can certainly do more good for you than staring at a television!

In the Yard

Finally, make sure that you’re making the most of your yard. This is your only little slice of nature, so don’t just let it sit there. Some of the best tips for making your yard feel more natural is to get plenty of plants in the ground, add a water feature, and attract wildlife (such as by hanging bird feeders and so forth). Whenever you want to get a little dose of nature, you’ll just need to walk into your yard. Perfect!


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