How to Incorporate Natural elements

I'm seeing a lot of organic elements in interior spaces lately, and I have to say that I absolutely love it! Incorporating some nature-inspired details to your home is always a good idea. They help to create a soothing atmosphere that you can't achieve in any other way.

Stone accents, woods, greenery, leather, or even just a natural color palette will add the perfect organic touch to any space.


In our Modern Mountain Home we have natural details in the chairs, with the stone on the wall, the wooden details, branches and with the organic pattern on the rug.

From our Modern Mountain Home

Mixing in woven pieces give texture to a space. We love the contrast between the sleek fireplace and the variety of wood tones in the space. All of the elements contrast with the white walls, bringing the space to life. 

From Nate Berkus on My Domaine

Wood paneling has come a long way since the 70s. There are so many modern options that add warmth and character to rooms.

From Coats Homes

The raw, unfinished look of our Jensen table layered over a cow hide and natural fiber rug adds a variety of texture to the space. The natural light reflects of the pieces so beautifully. 

From our Lynwood Remodel

Wood beams and stone architectural details are natural elements that'll stand the test of time. They elevate the space and make it feel classic.

From Spitzmiller & Norris and Teri Duffy for Atlanta Homes

Stone is a beautiful feature that often works in a light, coastal space. 

Bringing the Outdoors In

From our Mountainside Remodel

Sometimes all you need is a hide! 

From our Modern Mountain Home