Whether it’s majestic mountain views, sparkling shorelines or serene desert scenes, you can’t go long without being reminded of the phenomenal beauty and wonder of nature here in the Western half of the United States. Mother Nature inherently becomes the ultimate source of inspiration when it comes to design.
And what better way to complement interiors with organic forms, materials and colors inspired by nature than with Mother Nature herself? Whether with a single potted plant or a mosaic of foliage, I love adding life to interiors by incorporating plants into décor.
In this dining room, a modest-sized yet still distinct cactus on the sideboard table adds a welcomed pop of color. It also adds sculptural interest that bodes well amidst the other works of art.
An eye-catching cactus became the architectural centerpiece and focal point of this desert-inspired home my team and I custom designed for a client. I just love the dramatic scale and shape it adds to the space.
For this gorgeous great room, I strategically chose plants to incorporate throughout the entire space. The energetic bursts of green add vibrant life while breaking up and enlivening the rich colors and textures.
Now this flashy master bedroom design may not be for everyone, but I love how my design team and I enlisted the help of a stunning large-scale fern to add contrasting colors and lines not only with the plant itself but with the shadows it casts on the walls.
Once again, a combination of plants became the best way to create harmony in this space. The greenery adds contrast and interest while also beautifully balancing the visual weight of elaborate textures and elegant furnishings.
Plants make for the perfect finishing touch in many spaces, but you first have to start with a fabulous design. Whether you are looking to design a new home or remodel an existing home, let me and my award-winning team help you design custom living spaces that will comfort and inspire. Contact Paul Berg Design Associates in Park City or Scottsdale to schedule a design consultation.