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West Elm
3 Reviews
Shane Powers for West Elm air garden vessels
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Shane Powers for West Elm air garden vessels
Which air plants (if any) are poisonous to animals?
I am concerned that my cat who likes to chew on leaves, fake or real might fall ill from some of these plants.
love them! how can i get the planters and the plants? i live in india
Plants that don't need soil. Stripe had these hanging in their kitchen area
clear glass planters with air plants
Hanging glass plant bubbles for near a window?
air plants - making a mobile
2. Create your own air plant
Air plants don't need dirt, so they can float anywhere in dirt-free glass vessels. Powers designed these handblown containers to allow air circulation for the plants.
Filled with a collection of tiny air plants, these clear glass planters by Shane Powers for West Elm allow you to create a hanging
“Porch” — Nancy Nawn
Debra Prinzing
4 Reviews
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Air plants, a category of plants formally
The arrangement and color of air plants
air planter...harder to kill these off!
What a gorgeous piece of living wall art. These tillandsias, or air plants, are displayed in a cast-stone frame by artist John Lamos of Viducci's Garden USA.
Debra Prinzing snapped this impressive shot at the Tropical Plant Indoor Expo. Here, a collection of Tillandsia climb the wall in a unique
“love this” — cato444
Kimberley Bryan
5 Reviews
My Houzz: Busy Family Farmhouse
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Air plants on wall --- some inside old, painted picture frames
I like the air ferns and containers.
bathroom is flooded with light from a hidden skylight and clerestory windows. The walls are painted a light blue that was matched to a piece of fabric. Air plants dot the wall alongside a vintage dresser, which was repurposed to hold toiletries. The floor is covered in marble tile. Sink: American Standard;
“רגליים לכיור אורחים” — sharonzeev
Seattle Architect - Best of Houzz Award Winner 2012, 2013 and 2014!
I have over 25 years of experience and founded my Seattle-based architecture practice in 2004. I specialize in residential design both new construction and remodels.
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Dana Nichols
Entryway
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Love the tillandsia arrangement. Do you take the wreath off to give plants a soak ? Or mist them on the wall ?
Love the plants on the wall
wreath with air plants and shells
entry way plant, dark wood and white molding
over the door, plant in corner, wreaths on wall
large simple pieces on plant ledge
Creative plant arrangements take the place of traditional art in this home. This six-wreath succulent arrangement in the entryway bridges the outside with the inside. Lanterns turned terrariums serve the same purpose in other parts of the house. "Art seemed too expected," Alter says. "So many people
“like wood floors” — carlamarlier
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
16 Reviews
Grace Design Associates
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Air plants and use of antler/natural element
This is a must remember plant, for my brother! Even love the antlers! He's a hunter and loves plants. What a unique gift this would make.
Tillandsia. Any plant commonly called air plant has got to be easy, right? Tillandsias need no soil to grow — what's easier than that? A member of the bromeliad family, tillandsias get their nourishment from the surrounding environment (air, humidity etc.). These
the air and humidity. It has a variety of colours and blooms last for weeks. Fasten it to thin wires, sit on driftwood or unusual bowl.
Tillandsia. Any plant commonly called air plant has got to be easy, right? Tillandsias need no soil to grow — what's easier than that? A member of the bromeliad family, tillandsias get their nourishment from the surrounding environment (air, humidity etc.). These otherworldly plants feature leaves that
“Air plants and use of antler/natural element” — kimsnuggerud
Debra Prinzing
4 Reviews
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air plants good for vertical walls
With curving gray-green foliage, Tillandsia xerographica is a versatile air plant that can grow to be quite large.
great plant for me to have all over the house, do research on air plants
Stroke this little "pet" air plant (Tillandsia xerographica) and you'll want to own it. Its gray-green foliage is stunning, and the curved blades make it feel soft, not spiky.
Stroke this little "pet" air plant (Tillandsia xerographica) and you'll want to own it. Its gray-green foliage is stunning, and the curved blades make it feel soft, not spiky.
With curving gray-green foliage, Tillandsia xerographica is a versatile air plant that can grow to be quite large.
“Tillandsia xerographica.” — Estudio Castaño
Boor Bridges Architecture
Tillandsias love to sit on this reclaimed wood shelf
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about air plants. “succulents I'm used to are cacti. However, there's a really cool kind of succulent called the tillandasia (or "air plant"). I know several people who have started incorporate these cool place-anywhere plants into their home decor.” “tillandasia, air plant” “Succulents and air plants”
succulents I'm used to are cacti. However, there's a really cool kind of succulent called the tillandasia (or "air plant"). I know several people who have started incorporate these cool place-anywhere plants into their home decor.
“It's about air plants. “succulents I'm used to are cacti. However, there's a really cool kind of s” — Jill McHenley
Samantha Schoech
Eclectic Eichler living room
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use of the small plants - the feel of space - I would love to live in this house
acrylic side table plays with the airy feeling. As do the air plants.
An acrylic side table reflects the many glass walls in the house and plays with the airy feeling. As do the air plants.
Air plants on acrylic side table
An acrylic side table reflects the many glass walls in the house and plays with the airy feeling. As do the air plants.
“air plants” — meggiejohnson
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