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Living Room Eclectic Living Room, DC Metro

A garden corner was created in a living room. Lauren Liess. Photo Credit: Helen Norman
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Inspiration for an eclectic living room remodel in DC Metro — Houzz

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barbh wrote:
where is the chandelier from?
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Lauren Liess Interiors
It's an antique
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Maria Alaverdyan

It's lovely!


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annross1 wrote:
Where did you get the botanical print?
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It's vintage
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Viwakeraaj Thrivedhi
this lovely painting makes this place adorable most beautiful wawo great concept
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MAB wrote:
science angle - The "science angle" makes it "less feminine"? Am I the only one puzzled by this caption? I'm sure we can think of better ways to describe this (admittedly, beautiful) display without such an odd assertion.
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pepermintpatty wrote:
love the painting-a botanical but so cheerful - do you know where I can find something like this? Thanks for any help you can give me
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Rosalie Katzman_Wieldt wrote:
where did you get the table and chairs?
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Kerrie Kelly Design Lab added this to Get the Look: Ralph Lauren
An outside-in garden feel expresses Ralph Lauren's classic summertime look. Add vintage botanical prints to round out the space.
Becky Harris added this to 20 Favorite Vintage Items and How to Use Them
Botanical prints.This large vintage botanical drawing is the perfect finishing touch on this sunporch. More botanical prints in action
Lily Gahagan added this to Houzz Tour: Lauren Liess's Pure Style
Lauren likes to blend old and new pieces together with a hint of nature. "I love homes that feel highly personal, effortless and 'real' versus decorated or staged," she states. "A house has to look like someone really lives there for me to love it."
Becky Harris added this to Design Talk: Eclectic vs. Collected
Don't fear a theme. This spot takes its cue from the large botanical drawing, and the furnishings and accessories all play off it.
Lily Gahagan added this to Flea Market Finds: Botanical Prints
Larger prints like this one can be harder to find, but you may get lucky on your flea market search. Online retailers such as The Evolution Store also carry a selection if you're not up for the hunt.
Shawn Gauthier added this to Got Stuff? Turn it Into Decor
Plants. Using plants in your decor is not necessarily newsworthy, but how about grouping several together to create a chic display? Plants are so often added as a singular element, but when the vignette is only about plants, your space becomes infused with great vitality.
Jen L'Italien added this to Mossy Accents for Indoors and Out
An urn-shaped planter filled with moss and one (very real looking) ball of moss complements this botanical tablescape.
Lisa Frederick added this to 8 Cozy Tables for Two
No patio? Fake it with a bistro-style table and chairs, a grouping of potted plants, and an oversize botanical print.
You & Yours Interiors added this to Creative Collector: Vintage Vessels
Victorian-era urns are magical and make the grandest statements indoors and out. Filled with mosses and climbers, the one pictured here definitely makes the scene. Companies offering architectural salvage sell a ton of these, often along with their original, unattached plinths, which are solid pedestals typically made of carved plaster and stone.
Laura Gaskill added this to Reap a Spring Look for Rooms With Garden Decor
Remember the strength in numbers. Rather than spread out little houseplants around the room, try collecting them on a round table. Use one striking planter (a large urn works well) to anchor the arrangement and cluster smaller pots around it.Style note: Vintage educational botanical charts like the one shown here can be found on sites like eBay and Etsy, and offer a lot of style bang for the buck.
Samantha Schoech added this to Make a Scene With Vignettes and Tablescapes
Houseplants are wonderful in a dozen different ways (keeping the air clean being a big one), but there is no need to have them in a jungly mess. Use sculptural plants such as mosses or succulents to create a leafy vignette. Note the book as pedestal.
Lisa Frederick added this to Botanical Prints Turn Over a New Leaf
A single, oversize botanical in kelly green and lemon yellow adds cheerful panache to this pretty sitting area. It takes up the same amount of wall space that a grouping of framed pieces would, yet feels very fresh.
creative jewish mom.com added this to Baby Tears Mimics Moss for a Green Accent Indoors
Because of its spreading, creeping form, baby tears (Soleirolia soleirolii) works especially well when allowed to drape over the edge of a pot or systematically pinched off to create a mound of tight green leaves. In the arrangement here, tiny tendrils cascade over the sides of an aged urn, while the show stealer is the central clump.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Vu Minh added this to Decoration
useplants are wonderful in a dozen different ways (keeping the air clean being a big one), but there is no need to have them in a jungly mess. Use sculptural plants such as mosses or succulents to create a leafy vignette. Note the book as pedestal.
gudrun_negele added this to Zimmerpflanzen
Schatten 7. Bubikopf „Der Bubikopf (Soleirolia soleirolii) kann sowohl an hellen, halbschattigen als auch dunklen Ecken im Zimmer stehen – bloß direkte Sonneneinstrahlung sollte man vermeiden“, so der Experte. Mit seinen vielen kleinen runden Blättern ist das Brennnesselgewächs aus Sardinien und Korsika eine eher krautige Zimmerpflanze. Pflegetipps für die schattenaffine Zimmerpflanze Die Erde sollte nach dem Gießen gleichmäßig feucht, aber nicht zu nass sein – die Blätter mögen Wasser gar nicht. Am besten gießt man den Bubikopf von unten, schüttet also das Wasser in den Untersetzter oder Übertopf.