“The raw, porous, imperfect nature of these organic materials adds depth, soul, and visual intrigue while also mimicking the calming, restorative ambiance of the outdoors", said Athena Calderone. “As a designer it is refreshing to see a return to material-driven applications—and it doesn’t seem to be cooling off. The patterns around you should appear to have been created in collaboration with nature. Soulful contentment can be found, for example, in wood grains that can be felt with the tips of your fingers. If you don’t want to change everything within your residence to incorporate it into your life, there are some contemporary options.
Architectural films are so accurate in imitating natural surfaces that even a trained eye would not be able to tell the difference between the natural wood and the wood film pattern. Wrap the film around your office desk to feel amazing wood grains every day while also improving your health because it is well known that visible wood grains can calm down and help with anxiety. The science of using natural-feeling materials in interior design, known as biophilic design, was recently discovered. "We see a desire for rich marbles, soft and organic materials, warmer tones and griege vs white on walls, earthy elements like wood, stone, and clay—this is all so classic and refreshing as it brings life to a space", quoted Eric Garcia.