For hundreds of years, nature has inspired different cultures to decorate housing, such as Japanese or Swedish civilization for example. Today these patterns are diversifying and multiplying. Decryption ... If we were used to flower patterns, which until recently were the only touch of nature in the decor, today we are surrounded by objects whose patterns have diversified. But where does this current come from? Surely from several mobilities. Certain cultures like those of countries close to nature (Nordic countries, Japan, China, etc.) provide this type of pattern. The sustainable development It is also surely for many, because by opting for a decor with "natural" patterns, we create a more "green" setting than in an ultra design and urban decor for example. What do we find? Flowers again and again, whether they are small, large, solid or of all colors… Leaves are also a big place in nature patterns, whether wide or fine, green or in various colors ... Trees and branches finally are the third winning patterns of this natural trend. It can be whole trees drawn on fabrics for example or branches and twigs. Here and there you will also find slightly more original patterns inspired by nature, such as mushrooms who are on the rise this fall. What objects have these natural motives? They are mostly found on textiles like bed linen, table linen, curtains, cushions … But the furniture and the small decor also display the distinctive signs of nature. We note for example the Kubo wardrobe at Fly on which a branch is "engraved", the Nature tealight holder at Conforama or even the Zanzi vase at Fly with accents of African nature ... Finally, Ikea is one of the brands that has always offered decoration with natural patterns because it is a tradition in Swedish culture. Fabrics by the meter, trays, cushions, lampshades, curtains ... at Ikea, nature is everywhere!