According to Wikipedia, Biophilic Design is a concept used within the building industry to increase occupant connectivity to the natural environment through the use of direct nature, indirect nature, and space and place conditions.
Frank Lloyd Wright is one of the most famous architects to incorporate biophilia into his designs. His residential design for Falling Water is a prime example of this style. The home creates human-nature connectivity through its use of a waterfall and stream in its structure. The sound from these features can be heard throughout the home creating a sense of participating in nature.
According to many sources in the interior design industry, biophilic design is one of the top trends for 2020.
At SafariWorks we believe that virtually our entire collection represents a way to incorporate nature into your design.
Many of our clients would describe their decorating style as "rustic." But, what is rustic decor, exactly?
Let's begin with a basic definition of the term "rustic." Merriam-Webster defines rustic as: of, relating to, or suitable for the country. That isn't overly helpful when attempting to define a decorating style. "Country" means different things to different people.