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Biophilic Design Principles in High-End Interiors

At Feather Hill Interiors, we've always believed in the transformative power of nature in interior design. Recently, this philosophy has been given a name - biophilic design. Stemming from 'biophilia', a term popularized by psychologist Edward O. Wilson, it refers to the innate human attraction to nature and natural processes. This concept is rapidly gaining traction in the design world, reshaping our understanding of high-end, luxury spaces.


In this post, we'll share some key principles of biophilic design and how we incorporate them into our projects to create spaces that not only look stunning but also enhance well-being.


Natural light in biophilic design
designed by Feather Hill Interiors | photographed by Heartbeat Branding Co

Natural Light

Central to biophilic design is the use of natural light. It plays a crucial role in creating a strong connection with the outside world. We love using large windows, skylights, and glass doors to maximize natural light, creating interiors that are bright, airy, and cheerful.


Organic materials in biophilic design
designed by Feather Hill Interiors | photographed by Brian Wetzel

Organic Materials

Another key aspect of biophilic design is the use of organic materials, such as wood, stone, and plants. These elements bring an earthy, grounded feel to interiors, promoting a sense of calm and tranquility.


Views and vistas in biophilic design
designed by Feather Hill Interiors

Views and Vistas

Biophilic design isn’t just about what’s inside; it's about what you can see from the inside too. We consider the external environment and plan interiors around views, or if not possible, we create internal vistas using plants or artworks depicting nature.


Biomimicry and patterns in biophilic design
designed by Feather Hill Interiors | photographed by Brian Wetzel

Biomimicry

This is about using patterns, shapes, and forms found in nature within the design scheme. It could mean choosing a wallpaper with a leaf pattern, a rug with wave-like motifs, or light fixtures resembling branches.


Indoor plants in biophilic design
designed by Feather Hill Interiors

Indoor Plants

Plants are a perfect addition to any space aiming for a biophilic design. Not only do they enhance the aesthetic appeal, but they also improve air quality and foster a deeper connection to nature.


water features in biophilic design
designed by Feather Hill Interiors

Water Features

The presence of water, either visually or audibly, can have a profound calming effect. Whether it's a small indoor water feature or an expansive outdoor pool visible from the living room, water elements can significantly enhance the tranquility of a space.


Biophilic design is a powerful tool for creating interiors that are not only aesthetically pleasing but also positively impact well-being. By incorporating elements of nature, we create spaces that offer an escape from the modern, fast-paced world, allowing occupants to reconnect with nature, even when indoors.


If you're interested in exploring biophilic design principles in your home, we'd love to assist. Let's embark on a journey to create a space that brings the beauty and tranquility of nature indoors. Reach out to us today, and let’s start crafting your personal sanctuary.

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