Sunday, June 10, 2012

Naturally Beautiful Decorating Ideas

Being outdoors more often this time of year inspires me to make my interiors more natural as well.  Here are a few of my favorites as of late:


12 comments:

The enchanted home said...

Hey Barbara, so pretty. I am increasingly drawn to beautiful natural elements like the ones you have shown, gorgeous!

Acquired Objects said...

You already know I do the same thing, bring the outdoors inside. The rooms look so fresh.

XX
Debra~

Acquired Objects said...

You already know I do the same thing, bring the outdoors inside. The rooms look so fresh.

XX
Debra~

The Buzz Blog said...

Loving the hanging blow fish and of course, all the floral touches! We spent a lovely couple of days in the SF area - next time you need to join us!
xxoo

Splendid Sass said...

Isn't it amazing what we can do with nature's bounty? All of these images are gorgeous, Barbara.
Hope that all is well with you!
Teresa
xoxo

5th and State said...

and here i am to say i hate the hanging blow fish!

love using natural materials except for animals. your selection of images is stunning!
have a great week barbara
debra

Thoughts on Design said...

For those of us who have only a few months to fully appreciate the summers warmth before the chill winds of fall begin to blow, this is a perfect post!

Cheers,
John

michele said...

harvest table and banquette! kill me now!

lovely, barbara.

michele

Urban Orchard Interiors said...

Barbara there is so much to love in these images! I love seeing all the fresh cut flowers and greenery. And all the sculptural forms too. Great post!

-Lane

Splendid Market said...

I love bringing the outdoors in. The weathered wood is especially pleasing. Love that shelf in the last image, what a creative way to create a horizontal surface.
I hope you had a great weekend! xo ebh

Taylor Greenwalt said...

I love the natural feel. It creates a calm atmosphere.

cindy hattersley design said...

That fifth image makes my heart skip a beat...garden roses, peonies, and the raw wood! You have such a knack for combining the most beautiful images...a true artists eye. I can only imagine how lovely your home is Barbara!

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