181 indoor house plant tree Bath Design Photos

Dirk Denison Architects
2 Reviews
Marin County Residence
Potted tree also acceptable for zen side yard
Use potted tree and not planted
An internal courtyard elsewhere in the house serves another bathroom.
what kind of tree is this please...what kind of tree is this please?...Tree and pebbles...indoor tree master...Indoor tree for accent...Planting in open courtyard...Indoor tree...tree inpot a japenese...same plant...like the tree...plant with its pow
“atrium use simple and powerful” — Veronique Crouzoulon
Burnham Design
beverly hills residence
it's a fig tree! they're gorgeous, but need a lot of light to thrive.
Plant in bathroom - aloe Vera or spider plant since low light
Plant life in bathroom. Adds color and helps
rugs, architectural elements and even plants from the rest of the house, you can add incredible interest to your bathroom.” — Lisa HigginsStunning bathroom
flourishing specimen here is a fiddle leaf fig tree. The tub is from Waterworks.See more on fiddle leaf fig trees
Une plante XXLParfois, une seule plante verte peut faire la différence niveau déco grâce à ses dimensions XXL.
confines of a bathroom (try an aloe vera or spider plant if you don’t have a lot of natural light), but plants also add a touch of color and purify the air.
What kind of tree is that?...What type of plant did you use ?...that's a fiddle head fig tree....Fiddle leaf fig tree (indoor garden)
“Tub” — kimmy1006
Willman Interiors / Gina Willman, ASID
12 Reviews
Zen Bathroom
really love the way u have put the plants together.
Have you grown these palm trees in pots? Or are they planted in the ground?
a. Are the plants real b. What about bugs ?
could u please tell me the names of the white flowering plant and the other plants u have used,besides the palms
what is the species name for the palm trees that you have used.
The plants are real . The doors can close - in this shot they are bi-folded over to
the photos. These type of palms are common in Hawaii gardens, but when planted in the ground will grow to 30 ft.
beach pebbles, stone, and plants are amazing.
No idea how to ever incorporate this into the house, but man that outdoor shower and open air area
What kind of palm tree is here...What is the name of the plants?...plant life in the middle of the house
“outdoor shower” — karrikarri
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Knudson Interiors
6 Reviews
Knudson Interiors
What is the name of the palm trees and flowering plants?
and the green ferns look like Kimberly queen fern. Those are all tropical plants that are grown in south Florida. One nursery that has all 3 is Everbloom
I like the combo of calamity lilies and palm tree
the pot from the plant and lay the bare plant flat on any surface outdoors, or on a piece of newspaper on a counter. Examine the plant to locate new crowns
chance and simply cut the roots down the middle between the plants.A young plant should be planted in a 6-inch pot, so the roots get the compact area they
pot. Young plants may need staking and may wilt, but they should recover by the second week.The roots can be fragile, especially on young plants. Refrain
“Tub” — ekolapp
beth kooby design
2 Reviews
I need to find the right plant or plants to live in my bathroom
of the toughest of all house plants. It has stiff upright leaves and makes a great statement in any room. As we all know, plants do the opposite of what
Snake plant (Sansevieria trifasciata ‘Laurentii’), also known as Mother In Law’s Tongue, is low maintenance and is one of the toughest of all house plants
Breathe easySnake plant (Sansevieria trifasciata ‘Laurentii’) is low maintenance and is one of the toughest of all house plants. It has stiff upright
easySnake plant (Sansevieria trifasciata ‘Laurentii’), also known as Mother In Law’s Tongue, is low maintenance and is one of the toughest of all house plants
What type of plant is this?
“Plants” — sarahfasoli
Eduarda Correa Arquitetura & Interiores
1 Review
what sort of plants are those to the right of the tub? Look like they might do ok in indirect
Can you tell my what type of palms you have planted in the room ; amazing how the leaf is all one piece - thanks
This plant is called licuala lighting and it is made by a translucent ceiling.
Indoor garden with glass ceiling is a good place to store plants in winter
feuillages dansant dans le vent, vous êtes détendu dans ce décor de bois et de plantes chaleureuses. Pourquoi ne pas faire de ce rêve une réalité en reproduisant
“Pflanzen” — Andrea DE
Dirk Denison Architects
2 Reviews
Marin County Residence
Beautiful. So full of light. Can you tell me the name of the trees please?
Marin County Residence. Indoor-Outdoor shower. Peaceful.
outdoor shower, privacy from courtyard plantings
garden- I imagine aspen trees... but with snow, not sure this is possible.
Californian house includes many interior courtyards. This one provides privacy for a glass-walled shower and a view of the lush grass and leafy trees.
of the house gives the sensation of showering outside but with the utmost privacy.
The design of this modern Marin County, California, house includes
privacy for a glass-walled shower and a view of the lush grass and leafy trees.
The back wall with the trees
“Even if you don't have outdoor bath, yet you feel the outdoor” — arunkapur
DKOR Interiors Inc.- Interior Designers Miami, FL
59 Reviews
A Modern Miami Home
For the kid’s rooms we are staying within the modern and fresh feel of the house while bringing in pops of bright color such as lime green. We are looking
pebbles to a long porcelain tile that resembles wood grain. This beautiful house is a 5 bedroom home located in Presidential Estates in Aventura, FL.
Add an indoor plant – or threeOne of the easiest ways to visually freshen up a bathroom is to add a plant. Plants that love warm, moist
Try grouping several statement plants on a wall like in this bathroom with its staghorns, or cluster a trio of ZZ plants in on-trend copper-coloured pots
leads to the yard. "This space is transitional between the landscape and the house, so I used porcelain tile that looks like wood, pool towels and those fun
“Solid color floor” — stephanieby
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