3 Ways to Bring the Outdoors Inside

By Luke Caldwell
Luke Caldwell
Luke Caldwell
July 24, 2019 Updated: July 25, 2019

Finding ways to bring the outdoors inside creates this wonderful organic connection between your home and nature.

Luke Caldwell
Luke Caldwell. (Courtesy of Boise Boys)

In my own home, I try to do this in a few different ways:

– Incorporating a rustic, reclaimed-wood dining table.  

My wife and I love our beautiful, worn wood table. It brings soul, character, warmth, and a sense of history into our home.

– Potting fruit trees. We actually have a thriving avocado tree in our home, and we love the look and feel it lends to the ambiance. It’s super easy to care for and fresh guacamole is only a few feet away at any given time!

– Fresh flowers. It may seem obvious, but nothing brings elegance to your home as simply, yet relatively inexpensively, as flowers. They are always a mood-lifter, the smell is fresh, green, and floral, and the colors are a natural accent to our décor.Epoch Times Photo

Luke Caldwell is the host of HGTV’s “Boise Boys” and co-owner of home renovation and design company Timber and Love.