When nature’s built into your home
You’ve seen house plants. Now, meet living rooms. Millennials are turning to plant-first design solutions this year to increase their connection to nature and enhance their well-being. Staircase gardens, biophilic interiors and floral ceilings are all on the way up. And don’t leave the office out!
Plants aren’t just a hobby for Kamili Bell Hill; they’re a lifestyle. This flora-loving Creator looks to plant-covered walls, monstera-filled offices and ultra-green staircases to feel more connected to nature. Follow Kamili for green ideas that go beyond succulents.
‘I feel like the next step for plant lovers is biophilic design. If you like monstera, why stop at a 9-inch (23 cm) pot? Fill a whole wall with them. It’ll make you feel more connected to the outdoors and add a sense of calm to your home.’
Biophilic design in Canada
Biophilic design is all about connecting to nature within our built environment. One country where this trend will take off is Canada, where people will lean on their best fronds to provide privacy or wall separation within the home. Searches for vertical plant wall, interior garden and biophilic wall are all on the rise.
Help people to turn their homes into an oasis, with sustainable interior inspiration such as vertical wall gardens or free-hanging ferns.
Bring the biophilic to special occasions. Show fresh ways to replace flowers with greenery at weddings, birthdays or garden parties.
Bring the scents, sights and sounds of the outdoors in, with plant-based aromatherapy, rose petal bath salts or calming sound machines.