A robust fiddle leaf fig tree is a lively addition to this urban living space. The organic shape of the potted houseplant contrasts sharply with the refined silhouette of the transitional chaise lounge. Sophisticated accents complete the eclectic look: an Hermes throw, zebra print rug and x-base coffee table.
For a tone-on-tone effect, the formal dining room is equipped with several tints and shades of spring green. This subtle change in color adds a layered effect that’s elegant and understated but tonally in check with the greens seen in the adjacent great room. Layering several shades and tints of the same color is an excellent way to introduce color into your home without the hues becoming too contrasted or intense.
A little color and pattern goes a long way in this small living room featured on HGTV's Showhouse Showdown. A striped sofa is paired with slender armchairs in a low-contrast pattern. Fiddle leaf fig trees add dimension against the brown walls and coordinate in color with the coffee table.
The gold-framed mirror and fiddle leaf fig tree give this bathroom a homey vibe. Blue-gray vanity cabinetry looks elegant and classic against a marble countertop and brushed nickel faucets. Striped accents on the basket planter and frosted glass sconce shade add playfulness to the space.
Dusty purple, navy blue and cool gray create a deep, trendy color palette in this tasteful living room. A wood media console adds an earthy touch to the design, and a fiddle leaf fig tree breathes life into the space.
An open floor plan allows for a seamless flow from the dining table to the living area in this contemporary home. Large windows bathe the space in natural light, making the room feel even more open. A fiddle leaf fig tree adds a natural touch.
Repurposed ladders now serve as shelves to display meaningful objects, tchotkes and books to give this sitting area a personal, collected fell. An antique cane back chair, modern white side table and fiddle leaf fig tree create an inviting, eclectic corner sitting area.
Oversized windows and a gorgeous chandelier fill this master bedroom with light, creating a breezy, airy atmosphere. A cozy upholstered chair provides a place to sit, and a fiddle leaf fig tree adds a natural element to the space.
Adding a fiddle leaf fig tree to this eclectic living room brings life into this cozy living space. The vibrant ottoman in a Schumacher fabric slipcover pulls the colors from the other accessories in the room to anchor the sitting area.
White walls, an eye-catching mirror and an eye-catching console table make this transitional foyer feel clean and welcoming. The fiddle-leaf fig tree adds a refreshing splash of greenery and makes good use of the corner space.
Intricate millwork and original hardwood floors in this early-1900s home mix with modern furniture and accessories for a pleasing contrast. The palette of soft gray and white is punctuated by a graphic woven rug. A fiddle leaf fig tree placed in the corner adds a lively presence to the historic home.
In addition to having amazing taste, Henry also has an undeniable green thumb. The twin fiddle leaf fig trees (my all-time favorite interior plant) flanking the pair of white leather Eames lounges are the clear MVPs in this space. Believe it or not the case goods on the left were not all purchased together. Henry found them from multiple sources and was more pleased than anyone that the pieces came together so well. Here in his second floor home office, Henry finds comfort in the classic sectional facing the outdoors or on the upper level patio perfect for watching fireworks celebrations in downtown Atlanta.