Botanical fabrics that hint at the Victorian age of discovery marry well with utilitarian pieces, such as the modern wood stools and metal light fittings seen here.
Find these vegetable garden prints at Anthropologie, and the hand-embroidered cushion at Chelsea Textiles. The oak bench is from Another Country at Twentytwentyone, and the vintage hand tools are from Maison Artefact.
Green is energising and will lift a neutral scheme. Here, the colour has been used as an accent, in the guise of a botanical print and the graphic floor rug, and the overall effect is contemporary and light.
The zig zag rug is from Madeline Weinrib at Andrew Martin and the botanical artwork is from Nina Campbell. The stool can be found at The Holding Company, and the sofa is by Katarina Halvarsson at Akta.
A striking focal point, such as this antler lamp, draws the eye and sets the scene as something from nature.