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6. Add some plantsPlants are not only known to lift your spirits, some even have purifying properties
to improve. To take it a step further, you may want to add several potted plants and an air purifier.
can remove small amounts of VOCs (volatile organic compounds). Any house plant will use carbon dioxide and put oxygen back into the air, and can help create
I like the two plants in a bedroom.
“Table looking out the window” — brookeh325
Scott Edwards Architecture
West Hills Remodel
Love row of plants like this for kitchen table. Row of candles on lounge table and plants behind sofa
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your indoor space. Plants that need full sun outdoors will be the most difficult to keep happy inside. Make room for your full-sun plants near a south-facing
enough sun (and you are committed to keeping those plants), you can rig up a plant light to see them through the winter. All houseplants should be positioned
south-facing window for maximum sunlight. Partial-sun plants can go in a room with east- or west-facing windows. If there is nowhere in your home that gets enough
Line up three plantsA long dining table cries out for a row of three objects. Candlesticks, vases
“dinning room table and shelves above the desk” — gigy34
LDa Architecture & Interiors
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Classic Hyannisport Residence
Great idea to bring fall foliage inside.
A scaled down version of these fall garden branches would be stunning
you just might have the perfect fall decor growing right in your backyard! I love to clip branches from my spring and fall gardens to bring a little of their
place them in a vase for a stunning temporary centerpiece.More ways with fall leaves
“flower arrangements” — skorozco
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Could you please tell me what kind of plant that is? Thanks.
Love the light n windows n even the plant
Love that giant plant....Dining room big mirror ,plant, glass...fat leaves house plant...plant and mirror...Plant for office...Fiddle fig plant
“Color” — graceonice
Love the serenity this hallway with plants evokes
but the plants are a beautiful natural touch!
3. Texture: How coarse or fine the plant’s surface looks or feels. Think strappy, fuzzy, spiky or bold and how that texture provides contrast and interest
The sill space for the plants...The plants...Plants in the window sills...Window shelves for plants!...plants, white, grey...Plant and light...Windows plants
“Window surrounds” — Victoria Nordgren
Going Home To Roost
Santa Ynez
flowers, usually in the late winter or early spring, though like most of the plants in the Senecio genus, it is appreciated more for the color, shape and texture
green banana-like leaves. String of Bananas (Senecio radicans) looks great planted on its own and pruned every so often to grow full and thick. It is also
String of bananas plant, on a shelf
“Shelves n plant” — chhavi
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Classic transitional
Beautiful room. Can you tell me where the plant holder came from?
I love the room! Can you tell me where to find the plant holder?
the plant container, plant and the stand for the container
Plant and plant stand and lamp....plant stand...Love the plant placement...palm plant...Beautiful potted plant
“Orchid pot” — snowbird431
Desire to Inspire
Kim Johnson- home office
Potted plant on top of interesting magazines
the magazine plant stand - will probably end up using the plant stand idea
mirrors, chairs, plant and its vase, and even with the colors on magazines
magazines with the plant on top is what caught my attention.
love the potted plant on a stack of magazines
it? A stack of magazines.What is it doing in its new life? Serving as a plant stand instead of taking up valuable storage space.Requirements: Magazine
a wall, and presto! You have a stand on which to perch a lamp, a potted plant or a vase. Just be sure the stack is sturdy enough that what's on it won't
to really love your home office? Give favorite colors, artwork, photos, plants and personal items pride of place, and get rid of (or at least hide in a
Magazine stack with plant on top...I like the stack with plant on top.
“Revistas y mata!” — sofiatamayo
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