Eco-Design Style 

No matter how deeply people may be addicted to creating new synthetic products, they feel most comfortable among nature and natural materials. The euphoria over crimplene, vinyl polymers, and acrylic passed, and now we appreciate and value what nature has created and surrounds us far from big cities. An ecological design style was invented to create a warm and gentle atmosphere in the house. It combines natural materials, shapes, and colors with modern technology processing. The interior of the wild (eco/bio) style is not cheap, but it completely justifies your costs with the relaxing atmosphere and clean air it creates.

Style Features

Ecological design style, like nature, does not like piles and extra things. Therefore, the interior is mainly similar to minimalism in design. There is only one significant difference. All materials are natural, colors are genuine, and technologies are innovative. It’s as if Flora entered your apartment and made everything according to its taste. Therefore, there is a lot of space, and light should be in the eco-style interior. We must start by removing all the excess furniture and inappropriate decor.


Lighting is intensive and close to the natural sunlight. It is desirable to have a large window in the room. Lamps must radiate a warm spectrum with a yellowish tinge. The most suitable are incandescent bulbs. Economical fluorescent lamps with such a spectrum have a slightly higher price but also last longer. LED lamps can be a good option as well. Light-colored walls, ceilings, and reflective surfaces also help create good lighting.


Minimize the amount of furniture. Remove all bulky, tall, and dark. 

Keep only what is compact and functional. Place the linen chest of drawers, which can fit all the necessary things, instead of a high closet. It is much lower and leaves open the upper part of the room. If you want to leave high furniture, the front wall has to be mirrored or white. Place it along the border, opposite the window but not near the light source, and in front or aside it. Space can be increased by covering surfaces as well. The bright ceiling and walls will significantly expand the room and make it visually higher. But the lower the ceiling you have, the lighter the flooring should be, about a couple of shades darker than the walls.

Color of nature

The paint must be natural and not intrusive in the realistic style interior. The fundamental background tone is best white, using shades like milk and marine foam ivory. You can use shades of brown and green. The blue color in the lower part of the room is minimized, as it relates to the cold tones and eco-style demands of warm ones. Bright shades of orange and red are too hot for nature. If you want to make a warmer environment, use their diluted tones in a small amount, but rather a soft yellow or warm beige. To create a pure, natural interior, add a little green trim to the white or milky color of the walls. It should be smooth vertical lines, similar to the stems and leaves. Refuse from straight lines, sharp angles, and geometric patterns at once.

Regarding black color, its pure form doesn’t exist in nature; therefore, it immediately eliminates it.

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