Obviously, the easiest way to add natural beauty to your home is with plants, and you can never have too many of them. Just remember that if you choose any poisonous varieties that they are kept up high, and out-of-reach of children and pets. Staghorn ferns add a whimsical element to your space and really thrive in humid conditions. Do you not have the greatest track record with plants? Choose varieties that require minimal care. The areca palm, fiddle-leaf fig, rubber tree, jade, and spider plant are a few examples. Of course, you cannot go wrong with a simple cactus either.
Indoor Water Features
The sound of cascading water is all you need to make the room more inviting. However, the sound is only the beginning. The visual display of indoor water features is unparalleled in bringing a little tranquility to a space. Websites like IndoorFountainPros.com has them in floor, wall, and tabletop varieties, so there is something for everyone.
Wood furniture that looks like it was just carved out of a tree stump definitely brings a natural look to the environment it occupies. However, weathered wood, bamboo, cork, rocks, slate, and exposed brick have this effect, too. You could always go with a fountain made of slate, so you essentially end up incorporating two elements on this list at once.
Living species are about as natural as you are going to get, and aquariums add softness primarily because of the movement of the fish. It is very soothing and inspiring to watch fish swimming and playing. It is also proven to be very soothing to hyper children. There are actually aquariums available that mount right on the wall, so there is very little risk of them getting bumped. This is also ideal if you have other pets in the home that may be a little too interested in the fish.