Mary Jo Fiorella has placed three willowy topiaries around this traditional farm-style sink. She recommends Ballard Designs as an online source for similar specimens.
Preserved boxwoods offer a welcome hit of green life in the white-on-white home of blogger Federica, of Sweet as a Candy.
A breakfast nook by Lauren Liess Interiors is given country charm with a black and white floral wallpaper, traditional chairs and a vintage chalkboard. Three herbal topiaries add to the room's vintage vibe.
A cute topiary ball sits on a side table beside a vintage-style birdcage (click photo to see full view); paired with an airy palette, the two add a gardenlike feeling to the sitting room.
Topiaries take on a mod twist when pruned into more severe geometric shapes. The pair flanking this fireplace almost look like contemporary sculptures.
A petite rosemary is potted in a distressed terra-cotta planter, making a gardenlike addition to this bathroom by Smith & Vansant Architects.
In a subtle touch of wit, two tiny trees stand on either side of a landscape painting above the mantel in this sitting room by RLH Studio. A preserved boxwood ball rests on the coffee table.
A 1920s bungalow's kitchen looks clean and calm postrenovation. Two herbal topiaries near the kitchen sink are a fresh accent to finish off the space.
A tiny topiary sits in the window of this eclectic room by Andrew Flesher. Even a small touch of greenery can breathe life into an otherwise sterile space.
Larger-scale topiaries are more unusual than the diminutive tabletop sizes. This handsome pair is a chic addition to this contemporary cool space by The Couture Rooms.
Fresh and lifelike, fabric-leaf topiaries from Ballard come in a range of sizes and shapes, including an intriguing spiral.