Natural Objects as a Decorative Element

Recently, I strolled into a Starbucks while on vacation at the Jersey shore.  What caught my eye was a simple but dynamite wall treatment above a seating area.  An assemblage of stacking branches of the same length and approximate diameter placed horizontally on the wall created a striking and effective focal point for the room.

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Geo Decor Fossil Mural in minimalist bathroom
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Fossil Display by Geo Decor
  • If you love green, try placing large leaves of different color variations and texture into a bit of water in clear glass, cylindrical vases of varied heights.  This makes a beautiful tabletop display.
  • Once I collaborated on a large party and we used sawed off birch logs as candle holders.  It was dramatic and quite beautiful.
  • A simple wood stool made from a log can make a design statement in most any space.
  • A natural fossil mural can be an interesting focal point in a contemporary residential or commercial setting.  Fossils are also an interesting display on shelving when lit properly.  For some creative fossil products go to:  www.geodecor.com.
  • Natural objects can be a way of personalizing a space.  When our family travels to the coast of Maine, we collect rocks.  I display them on my coffee table in the living room as I find them beautiful and they bring back wonderful memories.

I am intrigued by nature and all that it has to offer.  Bringing the outside in brings the unusual and a sense of peace to any environment.

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Starbucks wall display
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Wall decoration using log pieces caught my eye!
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Table Display using leaves
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This designer used a log stool to create a design statement against the white finishes of this bathroom
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My living room using rocks as a display