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Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
Dining room plants
fabulous ferns, enlivens this sunny corner. The slightly wild plants feel right at home in this bohemian interior. Don't be shy when it comes to houseplants; the more the merrier.
Schlumbergia truncata aka Thanksgiving Cactus Like this window with all the plants
like the idea of a window dedicated to plants. haven't seen that in a while.
A collection of houseplants, including some fabulous ferns, enlivens this sunny corner. The slightly wild plants feel right at home in this bohemian interior. Don't be shy when it comes to houseplants; the more the merrier.
rounded.Thanksgiving cactus also begins to bloom earlier, setting out buds in mid to late fall with flowers in white, fuchsia, pink, red and salmon. Most plants bloom profusely from about one month before Christmas until later in January or even into February.
“Plants” — Hali Lynn
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
50s remodel
Love to see the beautiful plants and i really love it. pls let me know are there many pots in it? and also the type of pot. Nice idea.
Will try to do it at my home
I am aiming to create a plant wall / green oasis in my living room / bed room area. Ferns are so relaxing and hardy. I love this wall-topper idea, though it wouldn't
1. Ferns. I love this family of plants, with their lush green tropical growth. When I hear people say they kill ferns, I tell them to remember where these plants come from in nature and try to duplicate those conditions. While we can't create a rainforest in our living rooms, we can give ferns regular
“Ich mag das "Geländer" um die Treppe. Wobei die Katze natürlich das Bild perfektioniert. Keine Woh” — Linus Reimann-Kaißer
Marie Burgos Design
24 Reviews
Contemporary Home Design
Any suggestions for easy and attractive house plants?
Love this plant whats the name?
air plants here at Houzz and you will finds lots of suppliers. Flora Grubb also sells these plants. I hope this helps!
I also am a big fan of succulents. And depending on the available natural light that you have in your house, there are a number plant varieties that do well as indoor plants. For
and the blooms last for months. Indoor tropical plants are hard to keep pest free but I've never had and issue with phalaenopsis orchids. Terrariums are also a nice, easy care way to grow a few plants indoors. Or you could get a collection of air plants and arrange them nicely in a terrarium or vessel
productive plant. Make sure to keep them on a sunny windowsill, or an equally prominent space that will provide them with enough sunlight. I recommend starting out with Basil, Rosemary, Cilantro, Sage, or Italian Parsley for low maintenance indoor herbs. Succulents and cacti are also great plants for indoors
“Plant” — muffyn95
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What's the height of the plant box?
planter- hmmm If I get a front door with a window, could I put a planter on the stair rail??? How would it look with trailing plant.
Use plants to boost a space. Plants affect how a space smells and
Build oak planter box for plant @ front entrance?
Biophilic design--Use plants to boost a space. Plants affect how a space smells and even its humidity level. Adding green, leafy houseplants has another
Go a step further and bring home a tree for indoors or out. Indoor trees make for dramatic decor and do a wonderful job of cleaning the air. Bamboo, philodendron and rubber plants are all great choices.
In this Palo Alto, California, home by CCS Architecture, a large-scale, built-in planter brings
“Bookcase” — Samantha Johnston
Swaback Partners, pllc
3 Reviews
Custom Architecture
shape and size of pot. love snake plant
mother in law tongue plant in vase
windows offer natural daylight throughout every room in the home," says Bernhard. "Floor-to-ceiling glass and the avoidance of finish-material changes at exterior wall lines provide expansive indoor-outdoor living environments."
This Phoenix home's large urn could certainly hold a tree, though I like
“Plant pot” — tracydmeek
Island Architects
Representative Project
the flooring? It looks like limestone with inserts of reclaimed something! Do you do remodels in florida? I am looking to change the facade of my home a little. Thank you.
plants in planters in the loggia
love the repetition of the doors, the arches the crosses, and the plants, and the chandeliers
this Mediterranean-style corridor in Rancho Santa Fe, California, anchor the space and accompany you on the visual journey to the end of the hall. The plants also help balance the juxtaposition of the larger arched windows with the smaller arched doorways. And the height of the Sansevieria allows them to
“simple” — Cynthia Erdman_Herrera
uttara and adwait
adwait kher
the wood-work in this project is entirely hand-crafted and home-made from reclaimed ANTIQUE teak wood sourced from the rural, tribal interiors of the indian sub-continent. the grains/ figures, texture and honey-soaked glow of this rich tropical wood is unparallaled
with a reasonably deep pit for the soil. the open to sky could be covered with a poly carb sheet, depending on the annual weather conditions. indoor plants like ficus benjamina, nuda or aglonemas would be recommended.
covered courtyard with sky opening for plants
A designated space for a garden is a great addition to any home. This miniature courtyard is quite rich, but simple at the same time. A couple of trees stand alone with a few short plants in the bottom. Antique woodwork surrounds it, creating an eclectic feel.
“Very unique” — Amber Ayesha Nasir
2 Reviews
Book shelf & Plant Wall
What are you doing to provide sufficient lighting for the plants to grow in what appears to be a windowless area? thank you so much!
Ingenious use of space with the banister to the stairs used to store books and plants.
Plant shelf on top of book shelf
murs grâce à quelques crochets pour créer du relief. Vous avez aussi la possibilité d’investir dans un mur ou des tableaux végétaux. Optez pour des plantes faciles à entretenir et veillez à ce qu’elles ne manquent pas de lumière.Retrouvez d’autres idées pour aménager votre entrée et vos couloirs
“I like the space for pots at the top of the rail.” — madamlucylulu
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