67 tillandsia Home Design Photos

Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
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Grace Design Associates
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Tillandsia- commonly know as an airplant.
Tillandsia. Any plant commonly called air plant has got to be easy, right? Tillandsias need no soil to grow — what's easier than that
Tip: You can also give tillandsias a weekly soak — dunk them quickly into water and then let them dry out on a towel before putting them back into their display.
Tillandsia - easy to grow - with driftwood
'Tillandsia' needs no soil to grow. It gets its nourishment from the air and humidity. It has a variety of colours and blooms last for weeks. Fasten it to thin wires, sit on driftwood or unusual bowl.
2. Tillandsia. Any plant commonly called air plant has got to be easy, right? Tillandsias need no soil to grow — what's easier than that? A member of the bromeliad family, tillandsias get their nourishment from the surrounding environment (air, humidity etc.). These otherworldly plants feature leaves
“Air plants and use of antler/natural element” — kimsnuggerud
Debra Prinzing
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This tillandsia wall planter is part of the John Lamos Collection for Viducci's Garden USA. It's made of 60% recycled material. Debra Prinzing photograph
Tropical Plant Indoor Expo. Here, a collection of Tillandsia climb the wall in a unique planter designed by John Lamos for Viducci's Garden USA.
Living wall art with tillandsia. How s this maintained, watered?
What a gorgeous piece of living wall art. These tillandsias, or air plants, are displayed
gorgeous piece of living wall art. These tillandsias, or air plants, are displayed in a cast-stone frame by artist John Lamos of Viducci's Garden USA.
Debra Prinzing snapped this impressive shot at the Tropical Plant Indoor Expo. Here, a collection of Tillandsia climb the wall in a unique planter designed
“love this” — cato444
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
DOD
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Outdoor show... This is only a 3 day long conference highlighting innovative outdoor products. The mobile was only designed to be temporary, although Tillandsia are very drought tolerant.
twirling vertical mobile from tillandsia (shown at Dwell on Design 2010)
tillandsia curtain for kitchen and breakfast room. Would look great with the morning sun shining through.
This twirling vertical mobile from tillandsia bewitched visitors at Dwell on Design 2010. A piece like this takes time to create, but once it's made, it is relatively easy to maintain.
Vertical airplant mobile! by tillandsia at the Dwell on Design 2010. Takes time
Landscape Architecture This twirling vertical mobile from tillandsia bewitched visitors at Dwell on Design 2010. A piece like this takes time to create, but once it's made, it is relatively easy to maintain.
“Plant” — Kallen Patalano
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Debra Prinzing
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gray-green foliage, Tillandsia xerographica is a versatile air plant that can grow to be quite large.
With curving gray-green foliage, Tillandsia xerographica is a versatile
With curving gray-green foliage, Tillandsia xerographica is a versatile air plant that can grow to be quite
Stroke this little "pet" air plant (Tillandsia xerographica) and you'll want to own it. Its gray-green foliage is stunning, and the curved blades make it feel soft
Stroke this little "pet" air plant (Tillandsia xerographica) and you'll want to own it. Its gray-green foliage is stunning, and the curved blades make it feel soft, not spiky.
With curving gray-green foliage, Tillandsia xerographica is a versatile air plant that can grow to be quite large.
“Tillandsia xerographica.” — Estudio Castaño
Singing Gardens
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Driftwood DIY
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smallest succulent container size available at a retail nursery); if you are using succulent cuttings, make sure the stems are at least 2 inches long. Tillandsias (optional) Succulent and palm potting mix or natural compressed coconut husk (just add water to expand the block) Sphagnum moss
succulent container size available at a retail nursery); if you are using succulent cuttings, make sure the stems are at least 2 inches long. •Tillandsias (optional) •Succulent and palm potting mix or natural compressed coconut husk (just add water to expand the block) •Sphagnum moss
smallest succulent container size available at a retail nursery); if you are using succulent cuttings, make sure the stems are at least 2 inches long. Tillandsias (optional)Succulent and palm potting mix or natural compressed coconut husk (just add water to expand the block) Sphagnum moss
“Materials: Driftwood pieces (natural, well-dried driftwood is lighter than average lumber, and you w” — Anne Power
Kimberley Bryan
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My Houzz: Busy Family Farmhouse
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tillandsia holders: Tilly holders, Tiggy & Grace
dot the wall alongside a vintage dresser, which was repurposed to hold toiletries. The floor is covered in marble tile. Sink: American Standard; tillandsia holders: Tilly holders, Tiggy & Grace
“bathroom” — katzdoll
Cravotta Interiors
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Spa House on the Lake - Dining Room
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Tillandsia bowl
“Table shape” — themorethe
Raine Heidenberg Interior Design
Living Room
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“furniture” — ccull346
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