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Do you adore the organic yet contemporary style? Maybe you weren’t even sure what to call your approach to interior design, but you do know that you adore contemporary spaces that have a natural and unforced atmosphere. That almost certainly indicates that you will enjoy the process of developing an organically modern home.

Applying these straightforward top 10 design rules will help you style organic modern decor in your home right away.

WHAT IS ORGANIC MODERN DESIGN?


The organic modern design aesthetic is a stunning synthesis of two design philosophies that are diametrically opposed to one another.

To begin, there is the contemporary style of design. Usually, this is classified by having smooth textures, clean lines, and a colour palette that is predominantly bright and neutral.

Organic design, on the other hand, is another option. The “organic” category includes all of the different substances that can be found in nature. Stones found in their natural state, materials derived from wood, leather, rattan, and natural fibers such as cotton, silk, and linen are all examples of organic materials.

Scandinavian minimalism serves as the foundation for the design philosophy known as organic modernism, which also draws inspiration from the Mid-Century Modern movement and bohemian interior design trends.
Focusing on workmanship and the elegance of organic shapes, delicate curves, and natural materials, the final product exudes a sense of carefree luxury. 
For Instance- A great room with a fireplace made of stone or a dining room with wooden dining table & wooden accessories..

Organic modern Bed room Ideas

As I’ve been working on the interior design of my home over the course of the past year, I’ve highlighted several different rooms as prime instances of organically-inspired modern interior design. At the bottom of this piece, you will discover links to the aforementioned articles.

Organic Modern Decor is an exquisite fusion of two styles that at first glance appear to be in direct opposition to one another.

  • A key characteristic of modern design is its emphasis on uncluttered spaces, simple ornamentation, and maximum utility.
  • The term “organic design” refers to a style that emphasises natural materials, the incorporation of rough or rustic character pieces, and cosiness.
  • When these two approaches to interior design are blended, the end result is a residence that exudes an air that is not just contemporary and cutting-edge, but also welcoming and functional.

Here are the List of Organic Modern Bedroom Ideas

  • Natural (of the earth) materials like clay, wicker, wood, linen and cotton
  • Highly textured elements for interest
  • Rough-hewn wood accents
  • Add Live plants bring in a living element
  • Vintage or antique accents for extra character
  • Unique modern lighting
  • Heavy use of materials like linen, jute, and sisal
  • Inclusion of natural stone or pottery accents
  • Intentional layers for casual coziness
  • Minimalist base with functional additions
  • Reliant on a mixture of old and new
  • Organic clean lines (or simplistic curves)

1. Natural (of the earth) materials like clay, wicker, wood, linen and cotton

  • Leather
  • Rattan
  • Stone
  • Cotton
  • Wood
  • Wool & Silk
Organic Modern Bedroom

This bench is the best option for your space, whether you want to squeeze a few extra friends around the dining table or need a place to sit as you lace up your shoes in the morning.

The rectangular seat is made from solid, recycled pine wood and is supported by three angular, sled-shaped legs that are finished in black.


2. Add Live plants bring in a living element

Live plants in bedroom

Monstera Deliciosa, also known as Mexican breadfruit, split-leaf Philodendron, swiss cheese plant, or hurricane plant, is well known for its unusual natural leaf holes.

The leaves are vibrant, dark green, and waxy. They occasionally produce edible fruits known as cerimans or monsteras, which have a flavour similar to a blend of banana, pineapple, and mango and are high in potassium and vitamin C.

3. Rough-hewn wood accents

Adopting organic forms is a great place to start, but they can feel fake or even childish without the right variety of materials to support them. We frequently combine more sculptural furniture pieces with raw natural fibers, which strikes an interesting balance between texture and form.

Rough-hewn wood accents

On the other hand, an indoor/outdoor cedar garden bench offers a rustic touch to your garden, patio, deck, or other indoor space.

Because each bench is individually carved by expert artisans using the patterns and shapes of the root or stump they came from, each one is unique.



4. Vintage or antique accents for extra character

Organic Home Decor

5. Get Unique modern lighting ( made with wicker or Leather)

Organic Home Decor

Three-light hat shape pendant is unique design that sparks conversation and features island-vibe rattan weaving looks over your dining table, a very stylish bathroom, or over your favorite reading nook for some beach-town infusion as well as in the kitchen, study, bedroom or office


The natural wicker used for the chandelier is handwoven. It is an excellent decorative item.

The lamps’ elegant and lovely design makes them incredibly distinctive, artistic, and environmentally friendly, and the gentle light it emits makes the environment feel just right.


With its transparent natural base, the open wave cane rib table lamp adds a sense of light and airiness, and the white cotton lampshade adds crisp, modern lines.

This charming light can be placed on top of a side table, a dresser by your bed, a bathroom counter, or nestled in your entryway to welcome visitors.


I found these 2 cool Wicker Pendent lights on Houzz.com



7. Inclusion of natural stone , or pottery( Clay) accents

Organic Home Decor

About the Author: Sonja K

Reviewed by: Sonja K – interior designer and home decor expert based in Sydney, Australia. Interior Designer DIA Award GOTYA Graduate of the Year 2013 NSW/ACT Interior Decoration & Design

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