The Charm of Organic Shapes & Textures – Let’s talk furniture trends

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The Charm of Organic Shapes & Textures – Let’s talk furniture trends

Give your interiors an inviting touch of nature

We are drawn to nature for a reason; we adore the organic forms of branches, the vivid colours of flowers, and the way the natural textures of wood make us feel — at home. It's no surprise that organic shapes in furniture are becoming a go-to when creating a snug and cosy atmosphere, not to mention their pleasant textures. Wood's natural texture is the perfect example, it has been long admired for the warmth it gives, and it seems that it will never go out of style.

We must also acknowledge that the current pandemic has altered not only our life rhythms and workplaces, but also our spatial decor requirements. After spending so much time indoors, we now crave more than ever touches in our homes that imitate natural elements. This will be our topic of today, so get a cup of tea and let’s talk organic furniture!

Nature inspired pieces

The variety of soothing textures we find in nature is infinite, and their effect on our eyes is fascinating. Pieces that imitate a natural element offer an instant sense of soul, an interesting visual depth that we can't help but be drawn to. This is why you must have a lovely organic-shaped coffee table or stool that is comfortable to the touch and attractive to the eye! These beautiful pieces found in the images below were perfectly inspired on nature:

Curved Furniture

Curves are forms that instantly evoke feelings of warmth and friendliness in our minds, which is why we gravitate toward them. As a result, it's essential to remember that in order to create a warm and inviting atmosphere, we have to analyse the friendliness with which our deco greets you when you come back home. Don't be scared to experiment with your style; try incorporating curved items here and there and see how your style changes; you'll feel completely different the next time you step into your home!

Tactile Textures

Natural wood textures, as previously noted have long been acclaimed, and it appears that we can't get enough of them! They are simply charming, effortless, and sophisticated. It's also a clear winner when it comes to pleasing tactility. But let’s not underestimate its natural traits, it goes without saying that a natural aspect cannot be compared with a well polished one, remember organic means embracing imperfection as well! 

Room separators and large plants

Last but not least, don't forget about vertical pieces that can serve as space separators while still including those organic accents we're after. Plants may be used to fill up empty corners or can be carefully arranged to create a subtle space transition, if you prefer something less charged on the eye. Now going back to organic vertical pieces, take a look at the beautiful space divider above that imitates tree branches, such a game changer!

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