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Martha O'Hara Interiors
Kellogg Road Residence
I have this vase but have struggled to find nice looking faux palm leaves. Where can these be purchased?
Where did you get the beautiful glass vase for the palms ?
love the big jar with the palm leaves
Bottle with Palm leaves, wood bowl holding limes
Great beachy vibe, love the banquette with accent pillows, palm leaf greenery.
the parlor palm (Chamaedorea elegans) or kentia palm (Howea fosteriana) to make your room feel like it's shaded by swaying coconut trees. They can be placed in a vase like the one shown here, made into a natural table runner or displayed on a wall, mantel or windowsill. In the absence of palm fronds, the
3. Place palm fronds in a big glass jug. Unexpected and fun, big palm fronds will outlast any flower bouquet and are so much more dramatic.
La Gorce - Miami
home with white walls and hardwood floors (not to mention a fantastic skylight, which plants love) becomes a taste of paradise with the addition of Kentia palms.
But a palm tree instead
mirror, palm tree...Palm tree...Palm tree!
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What type of palms are these?
Looks like Canary Island Date Palm
Palm trees...palm trees...Palm Tree...Palm trees...I WANT A PALM TREE...Cool palm...Palms and shadows...Nice palm species
Margaret Donaldson Interiors
Kiawah Family Home
On holidays, the trestle table comes to the center of the room; two 24-inch leaves and extra cane chairs make room for more. Palm fronds take the place of fussy floral bouquets.
When in doubt, there are always vases. Palm fronds are so sculptural and bright, they can stand alone.More:How to create a tropical garden outsideRooting for Indoor Trees
y distressed trestle table in this island vacation home near Charleston, South Carolina, looks inviting with just the simple placement of some fan palm leaves, freshly cut from the garden beyond.