The windows and doors look out on beautiful views, so I just bridged the gap between the outdoors and indoors with delicate tall branches. I added some dark green leaves, and a few little burgundy berries to complement the upholstery colors in the room. As it would be with real branches, there are more towards the bottom, becoming more sparse going higher up on the wall. These colors and style worked especially well with the natural stone floor.
The painting was drawn onto the woodwork in a few random places, just to keep it flowing and natural, and more connected to the view. These areas on the woodwork had to be coated with a polyurethane sealer for durability.