Foraged interiors

In design, the term foraged interiors describes a home filled with salvaged, recycled and repurposed objects from the environment. It uses endless creativity and design to create unique and sustainable homes, bringing nature and life into your interiors.

In this blog post, we ‘d like to share some starter tips to get you going and some references in the field of forage for interiors.

Behind the Hill’s Harvest 2019, inspired by nature

 

Behind the Hill’s foraged interior starter tips

  • In spring, cut off large blooming branches

  • Pick up driftwood when walking on the beach

  • Keep stones that combine beautiful colors and shapes

  • Dry the flowers you pick up in summer

Architectural Digest explains how today's homeowners are foraging for good design.

DO IT YOURSELF

We love the Do It Yourself dried flower bouquet starter kit from Honestly WTF - this technique will help you create dried flower bouquets that you can keep all year round!

We love the Do It Yourself dried flower bouquet starter kit from Honestly WTF - this technique will help you create dried flower bouquets that you can keep all year round!

The perfect touch of forage for your interiors.

Get Inspired: The foraged Home by Oliver Maclennan and Joanna Maclennan

($40 at Thames & Hudson)

Anyone can create a beautiful home without expensive store-bought pieces simply by foraging and salvaging. Discarded objects can be restored, recycled, or repurposed to fill any space with style. Presenting the techniques and philosophies—such as beachcombing, forest hunting, and urban salvaging—of savvy foragers from across the globe, this book showcases how they created comfortable and stylish homes by breathing new life into what most would consider waste.

In an era when sustainability, living off the grid, and reducing our eco-footprint have never been more important or appealing, The Foraged Home will provide guidance and inspiration to those looking to go beyond the world of mass-produced products.