945 blooming Contemporary Home Design Photos

The Office of Charles de Lisle
Portola Valley
Once the bromeliad bloom dies, the plant itself can still be enjoyed for its long green leaves and rosette growth formation. A black pot serves as a perfect foil for these bright
“lights” — teamawesomenl
Monica Kovacic
Lower North Shore
sold as houseplants, but those are just the gateway drug to a trippy journey down the fractal arrangements of the bromeliad's overlapping leaves and blooms. It's as if each spike of flowers is its own colorful blown-glass Dale Chihuly installation.Planting and designing with bromeliads couldn't be easier
“Plants” — Barbara
Leicht Küchen AG
5 Reviews
Residential building | Leigh Osborne | London, GB
Go for grasses Dare to forgo those pretty buds and blooms in favour of a big hit of green. This row of potted grasses looks fresh, vibrant and almost good enough to eat.
“Corian island” — homesweetesthome
NOA Architecture Planning Interiors
Condo Interior Renovation
Floral patterns are often associated with traditional design. This graphic coverlet of white and yellow blooms against a gray backdrop prove that flowers have a place in modern design, too.
“Shelf above bed Separate wardrobe Can use walk-in closet for office” — waterborne design LLC
Aquarium Architecture
Aquarium Architecture
is the real centrepiece, with its natural display of colour. So the table setting simply reflects its theme, with a shell-like vase and coral-like blooms. If an amazing artwork, mirror or mural takes up a wall, pay homage to its glory with a table display in a similar material or colour.
“Hayden's dream fish tank” — James Esparcia
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
41 Reviews
Organized collecting
This full bird of paradise plant nicely balances the blooming orchid on the coffee table in this Portland, Oregon, home and serves to offset the formal symmetry that can sometimes make a room look more like a
“Yellow” — Azmi Sidid Omar
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
With desert plants, you can go bold and raucous with greens. The design of many succulents and other desert plants is very bold, and blooms are often bright, beautiful reds, oranges and yellows. Follow suit with boldly-colored blue and deep green foliage to create strong contrasts.
“Concrete” — jolicraver
LDa Architecture & Interiors
7 Reviews
Historic Victorian Breakfast Area
Gerbera daisies, casual and versatile, are always cheerful.What flower do you fall for?Next: Make a Fall Dream TreeMore Ways to Make a Room Bloom
“Table” — lblkstk
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