Unique nooks in an introvert’s home hold great appeal.
So, I’m a confessed lover of nooks as an introvert. Most introverts are homebodies, so the home must be charming & unique with personal touches. This is one of my very favorite nooks if you couldn’t tell. The natural light is lovely in this room at the farm.
A close-up of cool things like found bird nests, pinecones, & turkey feathers.
Antique Mason jars, chippy signs, & little natural objects help to create an aesthetic I love in this nook. A pop of greenery, when outside is drab & rather colorless. Different plant textures create depth & variety.
The wasp’s nest & handpainted barn owl accent add to the effect.
And I’m pretty obsessed with signs, which you may have noticed already. I have more authentic signs to hang or rotate out, but that collection will be another blog session. I also collect old medicinal bottles (especially from sentimental places), & little animal figures to populate scenes.
Many introverts tailor their home design to match their specific personal tastes & with favorite, meaningful things. Since we prefer to spend time in our home environments, we try to make them as cozy & comforting as possible.
On a lazy Sunday, nooks bring visual joy to those introverts inside the home.
The nest was found beneath a tree & the antique bottle became iridescent with age.
The hiking mouse with turkey feather behind.