We sure love nature therapy every once in a while. But let's be real, we don't have the time to go forest bathing on the regular, unless we're in a profession that pays us to do so. Or we can't go trekking every time we feel like it because of the constricting binds of our city lives. The question that follows is, how do we experience the majesty of nature while staying in our respective concrete jungles? We'll tell you how.
18 Products To Ensure There's Hints Of Nature In The Middle Of Your City Homes
Bring Home Some House Plants
Folks who have a terrace garden or huge open garden spaces, you're golden. If not, then you can get your dose of green by welcoming a few houseplants and planting them in rustic planters. We did the research and here are some indoor-plant bundles and planters that will add nature and flair to your space.
In Door House Plants From FNP
Clean Air Bundle By Ugaoo
Bamboo Planter By Trellis Bliss
Metal Planter By 1BHK Interiors
Breathe In All Things Natural
The raw scent of trees, wildflowers and fruits, moist grass is believed to have calming effects on our nerves— helping us recreate walking past trees, over wet mosses are scented candles that take us right where we wish to be. On the other hand, like scented candles, aromatherapy too is known to have several wholistic benefits on one's well-being. Check out these out:
Guava HandMade Candle By Exclusive Lane
Dried Lavender And Oak By Yankee Candle
Blue Honey Suckle Diffuser By Niana
Lemongrass Diffuser By IRIS
Use Nature As Wall Decor
The time you went on that trek with your friend during college? Pick out landscapes that'd take you back there and get them framed. If you're lazy to do that then check these out. It's scientifically proven that staring at even a picture of green has calming effectives on your nervous system, so why not bring nature to your home?
Monstera Art By Nookatyou
Leaf Wallpaper By Vibrant Imprints
Coastal Home Wall Art By Chumbak
Bring In The OG Raw Fibres
What better way to feel connected with nature than to incorporate furnishing made up of natural fabrics. A handwoven jute rug, perhaps? Rattan chairs? or even those artificial grass mats and carpets that make you feel like you're walking on grass! Not sure where to begin? Check these out:
Reversible Jute Rug By Sashaa World
The Chandigarh Chair By Home Canvas
Grass Mat By WelSpun
Add Wooden Accents To Your Space
Wood is an instant reminder of nature, and having a lot of wood accents nearby can help not only give your space a rustic, naturalistic vibe, but also add a new theme to your home that's grounded.
Pravah Wood Wall Art By House This
Maple Wood Painting By Meraki Art From Soul
Cactus Wood Shelf By The Blooming Bagh
Add Nature Inspired And Sourced Kitchenware And Tableware
Opting for nature inspired and sourced kitchen and table ware is not only sustainable, but also keeps you grounded and feeling good about the fact that not only are you doing your bit for the environment, but also your home looks super pinterest-y eh? Plus, eating out of, and using wooden utensils or kitchen and table ware made of natural elements is proven to have health benefits on the mind and body, according to ayurveda.
Wooden Salad Bowl By Chumbak
Serving Set By Pitara Project
Coconut Bowl By Thenga
Macrame Coasters By Haami Ko
Wood Coasters By Silken
Now that you've brought nature into your homes, how about you do up your balconies as well? Head here for our balcony makeover guide.