Discover how to improve your wellbeing by bringing nature into your home with Marianna Popejoy’s new biophilic design book.
11 inspiring tips for improving your mental health and physical well-being by incorporating elements of natural home decor into your interior
Preserved moss wall art helps to create a natural interior decor that can harness the many well-being benefits of biophilic design.
Décoraii is the brainchild of designer Claire Gaudion who has curated a range of nature-inspired homeware to help you create your dream biophilic home
The Chinese Money Plant has become popular in recent years, but how easy it to care for and what are the potential problems that might come up?
How can we use biomorphic forms and patterns that evoke an indirect connection to nature in our homes to benefit from biophilic design?
Using biophilic design materials in interiors is not only beneficial for the people living in them, but also for the planet.
Natural light has been proven to be good for our mental and physical health and wellbeing. But how can we harness the power of natural light in our homes?
We all know that exposure to daylight makes us feel better but why should we maximise natural light in our homes? Here are five great reasons why we should and eight ways to do it.
Now that so many of us are working from home, it’s time we improve our workspaces by creating the optimum biophilic home office.
Bringing natural elements into the home is good for our wellbeing and mental health because as humans we have a need to feel connected.
Wildwood Spa is the ultimate luxury holiday retreat. This stunning self-contained spa in the forest of North Devon uses the principles of biophilic design to create a space that is restorative, rejuvinative and healthy.
Being surrounded by houseplants helps improve our mood and wellbeing and can also be an effective mechanism for dealing with stress.
1 Hotel in Toronto is a biophilic hotel that turns urbanism inside out and celebrates the beauty of Toronto’s natural environment.
Textured walls are back in fashion and are a great way to help bring nature into our homes. In this post, we look at six exciting options for textured walls.
Liebherr’s fully integrated appliance range takes inspiration from the natural world to better meet customer needs and make their lives easier.
As a sensory space designed for wellbeing, it’s important that your bathroom doesnlt just look good, but helps you to feel good too. Make sure your bathroom renovation isn’t missing this surprise element that can give it a spa-like feel.
Textured Lives is a homewares brand that uses textures, patterns and colours inspired by nature to help you bring the story of your home to life.
Using organic shapes in interiors is a really effective way to bring nature inside and breathe new life into a space.
Biophilic design is going to be a big interior design trend. In this post I share my tips for bringing biophilic design into the kitchen and ensuring that your kitchen not only looks good but feels good too.
A big interior trend for SS20 is nature in interiors and many of the high street stores have collections that enable us to bring the outside in.
These indoor living wall kits from Chalk & Moss are designed and made in the UK. They help bring biophilic design elements into the built environment.