Creative interior decorating with natural materials feels comfortable and organic, bringing one of modern trends in decorating into eco homes.
Modern interior decorating with natural materials and crafts looks unique and interesting, creating comfortable and aesthetically appealing living spaces with personality.
Modern interior decorating in eco style that uses handmade home decorations is an inexpensive way to make your home look beautiful and connected to the nature. Simple and easy to make home decorations of natural materials take less time to create then to find what you like to buy. Improving your health and mood is another plus.
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Mendong is a type of grass that lives in marshes. This plant grows in muddy areas when there is enough water. It can grow up to approximately 100cm. Mendong is typically used to make mats, bags and various other handicrafts. It is sundried before it is used to make the crafts. The design of this frame is achieved by weaving the Mendong like a mat, then glued onto the frame.
Bamboo is a group of perennial evergreens in the true grass family Poaceae, subfamily Bambusoideae, tribe Bambuseae. Bamboos are some of the fastest growing plants in the world. They are capable of growing up to 60 cm or more per day. Bamboos are of notable economic and cultural significance in East Asia and South East Asia. They are a versatile raw product that is used as a building material, food source and even to make crafts. The bamboo is cut into strips and weaved until the desired shape takes place. It is then glued onto the frame and finished with varnish.
Cocostick is made out of stems from the leaves of coconut palms, which are fast growing by-products of a coconut tree. The leaves are dried out and the stems separated thereby producing tiny sticks which are strung together. The skilled craftsperson select the darker shades of the stems. They then weave these tiny sticks together and then paste it onto the frame.
The mahogany leaves are from the mahogany tree. Its scientific name is Meliacae. There are many different types of meliacae species; however the most common ones are Swietenia mahagoni and Swietenia macrophylla which is known as Cuban and Honduras mahogany respectively. Today’s world supply of genuine mahogany comes from Asian countries such as India, Bangladesh and Indonesia. The fallen leaves are handpicked and cut accordingly and pasted onto the frame. The decoupage is then varnished as a finishing touch.
Banana bark is taken from the banana tree. The scientific name for the banana tree is herbaceous plants. The banana plant is widely found in Southeast Asia and Papua New Guinea. However today, it is largely cultivated throughout tropical countries. The banana bark is cut according to the desired size and it is then finished with varnish.
Pandanus is the scientific name of Pandan leaves and there are over 600 known species of pandanus. It is often used in Southeast Asian culinary as well as to make handicrafts. Artisans will pick only the young leaves so that the leaves will regenerate. The leaves are then cut into strips for further processing. To achieve color, the leaves are rolled into Pandan ropes and placed into drums with water-based colors. Followed by that is the weaving process. This frame is 100 % handmade and the entire process is overseen by local craftperson, making it a community based project.