Rustic Nomadic Interiors With Botanical Beauty
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The rustic nomadic style is the more earthy, less chaotic cousin of the colorful, fertile layered booby beauty. A balance of rich and crude neutrals sounds a note of inner peace in these spaces, where invisible roots seem to make an innate connection with the planet and the influences of all its continents. Decorative basket weaving decoration and handmade clay pots speak of global artisans who are celebrated with displays on densely packed corner shelves and in clusters that spill from every corner. In these two interesting rustic nomadic interiors, abundant botanicals grow bursts of vibrant and invigorating greenery that spills out of indoor plant beds and from a tiny terrace full of life.
Located in HoChiMinh city, Vietnam, this rustic nomadic interior has the low, linear lines of Asian influence. A wooden sofa design extends an elongated platform across the width of the living room, which also serves as an integrated side table. A unique coffee table design features a low-profile slab combined with a more practical increased volume; its lattice construction speaks of traditional Asian architecture.
In the kitchen dining room, the wooden one Easy chair designed by Pierre Jeanneret was chosen to warmly contrast a cool gray concrete dining island.
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