Fun natural decorations

For outdoor lovers, winter can be depressing. You can bring some of the outdoors inside with DIY decor. These 18 chic, natural decorations can be found in your own backyard — & beyond.

River rocks can be used in a variety of DIY home decor projects. Use these stones to make a DIY bath mat or to decorate a vase or dish.


Driftwood, long used on the coasts, is now being used inland. Next time you're at the beach, pick up a smooth stick of driftwood to use as a table decoration or macrame wall hanging.


With the holidays approaching, it's time to gather pine cones for Christmas decorations. Make sure pine cones are bug- & rot-free, then bake them at 180 or 200 degrees kill bacteria & mildew.


Bring some of your tree's fronds inside. Evergreen fronds & pine needles work well during the holidays.


Antlers and other taxidermied finds fit a masculine, midcentury aesthetic & are trendy right now.


White birch bark can be used in many DIY projects. Cut short logs & carve candle holes, or use scraps to make a rustic wreath.

Wood, bark

Terrariums are fun and easy to maintain mini-ecosystems. You can create a beautiful garden using soil, moss, rocks, & other natural elements.

Terrariums DIY

Houseplants are the best way to bring nature indoors. Start with a pothos or monstera deliciosa if you're new to plants.


Dried herbs and greenery add a charming French farmhouse vibe to your kitchen. Display dried flowers or herbs in jars & vases.

Herbs, greenery, dried

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