The maximalist design house BOBO1325, led by creative director Beth Travers, has greenery at the heart of many of its socially conscious wallpaper and throw designs.
Biophilic design brings natural elements into the home. From houseplants to artwork, botanical wallpapers to floral curtains, there are plenty of ways to incorporate biophilic design into your home. Here Beth’s favorite biophilic design picks from her own homeware collections are all available at bobo1325.com.
BOBO1325 – Wallpapers
These collections feature Bobo1325’s intricate hand drawn botanicals in an array of deep botanical greens to immerse you in a biophilic wonderland, interspersed with woodland creatures for a wild interior vibe. This design collection focuses on the harmony of bringing the outside into your interior space and the health benefits that it brings. The collection makes a stylish statement to your interior.
Into The Woods Glade
Cottonopolis Wallpaper is part of the BOBO1325’s Manchester inspired design collection. This soft yet striking design is inspired by Rich English history and Textile heritage, featuring an array of British foliage from cotton to laurels to nettles. This design has a unique softness making it suitable for minimalists looking for a soft color pop and maximalists alike; the soft eggshell of the background acts as a fresh canvas reminiscent of the first signs of springtime and is the perfect delicate base for the intricate hand drawn foliage upon it.
Biophilic design is becoming increasingly popular in interior design. The last two years has changed our relationship with the home; we want them to feel safe and uplifting. Now with uncertainties around the cost of living, bringing positive energy into our living spaces is going to soar as we head into winter.
— Beth Travers
BOBO1325 – Throws
Join the Snug Club! Style up your interiors and instantly add color with these luxurious throws from BOBO1325. Be adventurous and immerse yourself in this visual tale, carefully peeling back the layers to get lost amongst the dense foliage taking yourself on a journey of discovery. Encounter the hidden objects and camouflaged wildlife throughout the intricate layers.
This collection is designed to highlight global warming and the plight that hunting and the ever-present threat of extinction are having on our planet. Change your thinking and you can change the world. Appreciate earth and its inhabitants, celebrate and learn from our diverse cultures and be wowed by the nature that surrounds us.
Made from 100% cotton these throws are perfect for the snug club during the autumn winter months. To be used on the sofa, as wall art or for bedroom and living décor.
The Key To Change Throw
BOBO1325 is an award winning, innovative, interior brand founded by designer Beth Travers, whose collections are intricately designed from our Manchester HQ.
*Biophilia: The biophilia hypothesis (also called BET) suggests that humans possess an innate tendency to seek connections with nature and other forms of life. Edward O. Wilson introduced and popularized the hypothesis in his book, Biophilia (1984). He defines biophilia as “the urge to affiliate with other forms of life”.[Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biophilia_hypothesis ]
All images courtesy of BOBO1325.
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