The concept of bringing nature into the home is not a new one. For years, designers and homemakers have played with ways to bring the tranquillity and beauty of the outside world into the interior living space. Bio-design has seen many examples of this, from living walls to petrified wood, and the trends continue to grow as designers take inspiration from the exquisite shapes and unassuming beauty found in nature...
In providing our interior design and bio-design services, we’ve noted the growing trend of petrified wood, no doubt thanks to its unique aesthetic that marries the organic rawness of wood with the elegant look of natural marble. Here we offers some tips on how to incorporate petrified wood in your home design.
The first major step to green living is designing your home to be eco-friendly, but that doesn’t mean forgetting about the little things that make a big difference to your household’s long-term carbon footprint. Here, we’ve picked seven great eco-friendly products to help you live a little greener every day.
Bamboo is one of the most versatile eco-friendly materials available. As a fast-growing grass, it is an easily renewed, very sustainable resource. Even though this is a major factor contributing to bamboo’s popularity, there’s no denying the appeal of its warm natural aesthetic, which can be adapted to suit a countless range of styles. Having used bamboo in many of our design projects, here are just a few suggestions of brilliant ways to use it in your home.