Decorating with indoor plants and trees

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Decorating with indoor plants and trees

Sprucing up a room by bringing in big plants and trees is a raging trend in home decorating.

 Big plants and trees as a cactus, a ficus, fig trees, banana trees, palm trees, olive trees are adding color and interest and act as living sculptures in a home interior.

They instantly change the atmosphere and make your décor feel complete.

They bring a connection to outdoor and indoor life. In Asian home decors we notice this use since a long time.

Let’s see how plants and trees pop up in the interiors of nowadays designers.

Malibu home of interior designer Vanessa Alexander of Alexander Design.

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 Other inspiring pictures of potted indoor trees.

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A potted tree in a beach house designed by California based company Brown Design Group.

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The fiddle leaf fig tree softens the corner of this room and adds color to the white décor.

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Ficus trees in the hall way of a home designed by Bruce Budd.

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Olive tree placed on an occasional table and in the background a potted dragon tree. All at the New York City apartment of designer Nate Berkus.

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Hanging plant at a Lake Forest garden room designed by Michael Del Piero.

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Australian tree in the bathroom at the home of designer Ray Booth.

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Large leaf plants in here.

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Ceiling high areca palms at the atrium of a Hamptons home.

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Love the green branch here in a bedroom decorated with accessories of the Belgian brand Couleur Locale.

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Ceiling high tree in the Copenhagen studio gallery of art and design consultant Oliver Gustav. One large well-developed tree adds height and drama to a room.

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Large leaf plant at the entrance of the women clothes boutique Botthy in Geraardsbergen-Belgium.

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Big cactus plant inside the Botthy boutique.

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Tropical plant in the bedroom of a house by Vietnamese architects Sanuki + Nishizawa.

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Kaki tree in a Japanese home by Japanese studio Airhouse Design. The statement tree acts as a living sculpture in this minimal white interior.

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Big potted trees flanking the sofa in a contemporary living room by Leverone Design.

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It is Springtime! So add a nice pop of green and bring life to your home décor.

Wishing you a nice and sunny weekend !

xx

Greet

By |2018-07-11T10:54:21+00:00April 1st, 2016|Categories: Belgian Pearls|Tags: , |4 Comments

4 Comments

  1. edbdesignssb Friday, April 1, 2016 at 4:02 PM - Reply

    I’m a big advocate for having trees and plants in a home…even if they are air plants for those with a black thumb! Add some fresh flowers from the market and a home comes alive! Lovely post…

  2. Heather in Arles Saturday, April 2, 2016 at 3:32 PM - Reply

    So lovely, Greet. Don’t forget the indoor tree in the salon at Patina Farm! 😉
    Bon Weekend…
    xo

  3. Colleen Martin Monday, April 4, 2016 at 2:43 PM - Reply

    I see so many people buy a tree, take it home and plop it in a basket in their living room. These trees need 2 to 3 times the size of pot they come in from the nursery with more nutritious soil added and natural fertilizer to grow. It is such a shame that people don’t understand how to grow an indoor tree.

  4. michele@hellolovely Monday, April 4, 2016 at 5:11 PM - Reply

    oh greet, i so want to add trees to my interior! you have made a strong case for it. and how tickled you must be to see your name in print with nancy meyers! that is so so amusing and a huge compliment. she knows where to find exquisite taste all right. peace to you.

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