No matter what style you’ve chosen for your home, potted plants can be a lively addition. From contemporary minimalist to deliciously cluttered Bohemian, greenery suits just about any style space.
Vintage rooms can be brought to life by potted plants of all size. A sunny windowsill is a natural spot for plants that thrive in sunlight, white there are lots of varieties that prefer darker corners of a room.
Topiaries are perfect in the kitchen, as are pots of herbs and greenery of all sorts. We love the look of this great kitchen with lots of windows and vintage light fixtures.
A huge potted philodendron, ficus tree or fiddle leaf fig by itself, or surrounded by smaller plants, can make a stunning statement in the corner of the living room or bedroom.
We’re seeing cacti and succulents showing up in many homes , not just the expected Southwest contemporary or traditional space.
Even a small bathroom can benefit from the addition potted plants tucked into shelves, on window sills or vanity tops.
For those who are afflicted with a case of real or imagined chronic black thumb, clear containers filled with a little water and green branches can add the look of potted plants without the constant care. This contemporary space is a delightful example of that approach.
How appealing is this protected vintage outdoor room? Lots of potted plants fill the wrought iron shelves, while larger ones are handsome on the floor.
Even outside on the patio, potted plants can flourish along side trees, shrubs and other in-ground plantings. What do you think?
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