Botanical Prints by Living Pattern styled with our Mimea green basket.
This year we are seeing a move towards more natural home interiors; a reconnection with nature and with slowing down. ‘Greenery’, Pantone’s Colour of the Year 2017, is making us want to ditch the minimalism trend and bring the outside in. Boho-inspired interiors harking back to the 1970s are very much en vogue. Wicker ware, woven baskets and lush, green and leafy plants are the key players in this trend.
“We saw the plant trend grow even bigger last year, so it makes sense that we are seeing the colour green popularised too. Foliage and plants revitalise us, give us oxygen and so in turn rejuvenate our senses. Using the colour green indoors brings the natural world closer.” Holly, Co-Founder.
Kurudia woven green basket, from £16
Inject more greenery into your home by using our woven baskets as colourful planters: from small cacti to large ferns. Grouping them together will create a verdant indoor jungle, purifying the air and lifting the spirits. If, like me, every plant you own wilts after a few months, hang botanical prints on the wall instead to still feel surrounded by nature. Botanical artist Jenny from Living Pattern has hung beautiful, original artwork of her plants and used our African woven basket Kurudia as a large planter for her rescued Monstera and a smaller basket for the baby ones.
For more inspiration, take a look at our Jungalow collection: inspired by nature and living a more natural life. From large woven laundry baskets to square shelving storage and shopper bags, you too can create your own oasis of peace and calm.