When you choose to bring the outside in, you actually tend to makeover your space as one of the most pleasing rooms in your home sweet home. Whether your surroundings embrace a beautiful beach, busy urban intersection, emerald recreational area or a lakeside view, plants and landscapes always maximize the interior design. And if you are among those selective homeowners who’d love to doll up their interiors with outdoor greenery and create a new style statement with green in their space, then here are some tips and ideas that can smooth the progress of interior designing for you.
- When the word “green” is there, the first thing that strikes the mind of most homeowners is landscaping. But have you ever tried this out? Before you begin with the landscaping work in the exteriors, it can be a wonderful idea to come inside and judge the overall view from indoors. You never wish to block the view with large bushes or shrubs.
- If you have enough rooms with an outdoor view, you can always check the view from two or three rooms and then decide the things over, accordingly. A fair judgment from inside gives you a better idea to wisely choose the plants, trees and shrubs to be used in the landscaping.
- Another interesting way to make the most of the interior views is to choose the colors for the interiors depending on the outdoors. For a view full of ocean and its rich colors, dreamy blues or gentle sand beige for indoors can be a good choice. Preferring neutral colors for the interiors makes it easy for you to play with the outside colors.
- And if your home does not allows for too much of outside views, then having sunrooms, porches or conservatories can be an optimum choice. For people with a good budget, screening in the exteriors can also be a stylish addition to their home design. Otherwise, for homes with confined space, potted plants can also solve the purpose of bringing in more of green.
These are some tips and tricks to take advantage of the green areas outside your space. Being a green way to design interiors and exteriors, this is becoming all the rage for most of the trendy homeowners, these days. So, what are you planning for your interior space?