Natural Simplicity – Furniture By BoConcept
A calming, minimalist home offers an escape from the busy world outside. Today we’re celebrating natural simplicity and our favourite furniture finds from BoConcept.
These earth tone rooms come alive with a unique silhouette while maintaining a luxurious feel. The Ottawa chairs from BoConcept bring a whimsical touch of nature to the interior. Fit for function and comfort in a smaller living space, each element adds personality in a refined way.
4 ways to embrace Natural Simplicity in your interior…
If you’re loving the trend towards beautifully minimalist spaces that celebrate natural simplicity, follow these top tips to achieve the look in your own home…
#1: Clear Out
Get rid of everything that does not add to the natural aesthetic you want to create. Start with a clean slate and a neutral palette. Declutter and create a clean energy in the room before you start redesigning it.
#2: Choose Natural Furniture and Textiles
Natural fibres like wood, jute, sisal and cotton are great additions to a simple and organic design scheme. Organic materials also lend the space an air of freshness and a connection to nature itself.
#3: Choose Colours With Care
Natural simplicity echoes the colours of nature. Light, neutral colours are often the best choice in this style. White keeps things looking crisp and fresh. Therefore, keep it neutral as a clean backdrop for a beautifully minimalist and Scandi room.
#4: Create Calm
The aim is to create a soothing space for relaxation. Therefore, choose colours, textures and finishes that blend together and do not overwhelm the senses. Choose pieces and accent decor that further enhances a sense of calm in your space.
Choose quality furniture that embraces a lifestyle of ‘less is more’. BoConcept combines materials and surfaces in beautiful, custom compositions that highlight the designs from Danish designers and world famous international designers to create personal design expressions. Visit a BoConcept store to see Danish design excellence rooted in heritage with a keen eye to the future.
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