Interiors That Use Plants As Part Of The Palette

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We all love to have a little house plant dotted here and there, to breathe a bit of life into the home and connect us with nature even when we’re spending time tucked away indoors. However, our little foliaged friends are often an afterthought when it comes to planning out our decor. The designers of these three homes approached things a little differently. Instead of chucking random indoor plants into leftover spaces, the inclusion of plants was considered from the get go, as part of the considered decoration. Decorating with plants makes perfect sense when you look at the array of colours and textures they can bring, and their revitalising effect on their surroundings.

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Bedroom-pendant-lampsA black small side table sits on each side of the bed. Because the globe pendant lights hang from above, the table surfaces remain clear for small decorations. | 11 |.

Green-closetsModern closets have been finished in a deep green hue; mellow wood tone fills their interiors. | 10 |.

Green-bedHanging plants cascade amongst bedroom pendant lights. The glowing orbs and lush green leaves brighten the cool concrete walls and grey soft furnishings. | 8 |.

Palm-tree-wall-artA plush green platform bed draws on the colours of the leaves. Tree prints hang above the headboard. | 9 |.

Lights-with-plantersAnother palm tree art print splashes shades of green over the kitchen wall. | 6 |.

Green-kitchen-countertopThe kitchen island has green tones intermingled over its surface, like pressed leaves. This beautiful kitchen island idea also includes the kitchen sink, and wine storage in the base units. | 7 |.

Hanging-plantersThree green velvety kitchen bar stools line up along one side to create a casual dining spot. | 5 |.

Green-bar-stoolsA duo of unique kitchen pendant lights double as hanging planters over the kitchen island. | 4 |.

Green-sofa-3A black side table displays a green balloon dog ornament, which matches the prints and the green sofa and ottoman set. | 2 |.

Modern-fireplaceThe other side of the room reveals an open plan kitchen where we get our first taste of decorating with plants. A glass dividing wall between the lounge and kitchen reflects the palm tree prints on the lounge wall. A modern fireplace flickers brightly to one side of the space. | 3 |.

Green-decor-1At first glance this 68 square metre home in Kyiv, Ukraine, follows a botanical theme more so in colour and art than in living and breathing specimens. A few cut stems bloom in decorative vases around the lounge but the main focal point are a pair of palm tree art prints in tropical green mounts. | Visualizer: Maria Kukoba.

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