Organic outdoor living: facing nature

Organic outdoor living: facing nature

Now that we live indoors almost constantly, our craving for nature is growing. Therefore, our interior and exterior anno 2021 like to give priority to organic forms with natural roots. Smooth contours are welcomed with open arms by many a designer and we translate into organic outdoor living this summer. Inspired by all things nature, Royal Botania gives you a taste of the wavy lines, natural materials and bright au naturelle hues that will color this summer.

Spontaneous forms & chats
Organic furniture equals round and rounded shapes, rolling lines and a very soft and sympathetic undertone. Thus, many designers draw their inspiration from everything that encompasses and adorns nature to the purest part of Mother Earth. Likewise, Royal Botania owner and designer Kris Van Puyvelde knows how to appreciate the forms of nature. The Organix modular collection with lounge and round daybed is a pure translation of this and helps shape organic outdoor living. Organix nestles effortlessly into a natural or architectural setting, and with its flowing lines, Organix not only looks very inviting, the curvature automatically creates an arrangement that brings people together and encourages conversation.

Forms that embrace
Organic shapes are one thing, but “the clothes make the man” and so the materials they accentuate are at least as important. Expect rich natural fabrics such as cotton and velvet that accentuate the design right down to decorative accessories, such as pillows. With the Organix collection, the symbiosis between material and form creates a comfortable piece of furniture where organic outdoor living literally takes shape.

To follow that same flow, designer Kris Van Puyvelde drew a number of side tables that fully embrace the warm feeling of Organix with their dynamism. So no clash of sharp shapes, but an organic unity that follows the shapes of the seats. Organic outdoor living thus unfolds not only in the seating, but also in all the details. For the surface of the Organix tables, durable and hard-wearing full ceramic material was chosen, again with primal instinct to nature.

A natural jacket
Organic outdoor living puts rolling shapes and the right “outfit” on the top shelf, but with that comes a casual look. Organic outdoor furniture is therefore harmoniously characterized by natural tones, think beige, cream, gray, rust brown or green tones. In short, Mother Nature’s color palette that provides our exterior with the necessary balance of tranquility and color. Those pristine colors are found in Organix’s wide range of 70 possible color and texture combinations: from graceful greens to deep reds.

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