The rustic nomadic style is the earthier, less chaotic cousin of the colourful, prolifically layered boho beauty. A balance of rich and raw neutrals ring a note of inner peace in these spaces, where invisible roots seem to make an innate connection with the planet and the influences of all its continents. Decorative basketweave decor and handmade earthenware pots speak of global artisans, which are celebrated through displays on densely packed shelving nooks and in clusters that spill from every corner. In these two intriguing rustic nomadic interiors, lush botanicals grow bursts of enlivening and invigorating greenery that spills from indoor plant beds and from a tiny terrace that teems with life.

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Cozy bohemian character shapes these two welcoming home designs, one buzzing with Mediterranean colour, the other chilled in monochrome. The element that these two interiors do have in common is a plethora of enlivening botanical beauty. Indoor plants and dried displays bring feathered texture and height to eclectic layouts. Wood and rattan components make earthy accessories to the green botanics, natural pieces that could have been sourced from anywhere in the world or brought home from far flung adventures. Tribal rugs soften wooden floors and throw down eye-catching pattern, whilst colourful furniture ups the tempo in each living room scheme. Which features will you pick to bring home the boho vibe?

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Uplifting colour and soul soothing botanical vibes dance through these three lively modern home interiors. Exciting orange and red statement furniture brushes up against a fresh stream of indoor greenery and botanical prints, plus warming expanses of natural wood grain. We explore different sizes of home too, kicking off with a modest sized open plan, then onto a small and unusual split level layout, before winding up in a large and impressive pad full of high-end finishes. See how to harness the beauty of nature to support bright accents and build freshness through each of your rooms, no matter what floor area you’re working with.

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