Houseplants and flowers are a great way to make an airy space feel more vibrant and lived in. From the 8-foot-tall variety (hello, fiddle-leaf fig!) to smaller house plants with lush foliage, you can't go wrong with greenery. Several placed around the room will go a long way to bringing the outside indoors.
This contemporary bathroom features a large soaking bathtub for ultimate relaxation. Beige tile floors extend halfway up the walls, making the serene space feel cohesive. Modern artwork illuminated by a skylight adds visual interest to the space while the house plant brings a touch of nature.
The outdoor landscape is incorporated in this living area with carefully chosen natural elements, like house plants and an elegant lampshade pattern. Neutral sofas anchor the sitting area and green and white striped curtains frame a stunning view from the adjacent balcony.
The kitchen bay windows frame a view of the Pacific Ocean. Beautiful walnut cabinetry frames the space, topped with a green granite. Glazed gray floor tile compliments the muted tone of the countertop to ground the space. Colorful house plants decorate the countertop for a bright and homey finishing touch.