Problem: bud drop. Solution: If buds fall off a new flowering plant you’ve just brought home, it may have been shocked by the sudden change in its growing conditions. It should recover in time. Be sure your plant isn't sitting in a draft or in a spot that’s too hot or cold. You might also want to increase the surrounding humidity.
Adding natural elements gives container gardens a custom look, says Joe Guggia, a California floral designer. He incorporates items, such as bamboo, willow and rocks, into his indoor displays. It all starts with the container, from faux stone rounds to slender metal squares to larger baskets.
Having interior plant designs is refreshing and air purifying, and it gives your spaces the calm that all our homes should have, says Joe Guggia, a California floral designer. He mixes greenery and natural elements, such as willow, for his large pieces of “foliage art.”
With black trim around the windows and a chic faux-fur chair, this corner of the room feels stylish yet comfortable. A houseplant offers some shade from the morning light, allowing for easy reading, and accentuates the room's tall ceilings.
As pretty as a poem and kid-friendly to boot, this dining room gets the job done in style. White dining chairs and a cluster of glass globe lights add airiness to the look; the large houseplant brings in life.
The custom-made console in the dining room features walnut slats individually placed at different depths to add dimension. Lots of houseplants bring nature into the space and connect it with the lush green views outside the window.
In the foyer, the ceiling stretches up over two stories high to create a soaring space. The brown wallpaper in the formal dining room matches the front door and pulls visitors into the rest of the house.
Coral accents and lightly-colored wood add beautiful, natural texture to this clean white bathroom. A small houseplant to the right spruces the space up with fresh greenery and cleanses the air of any impurities.
A fresh white color palette complemented by neutral and gray furnishings makes this living area feel clean and inviting. A large mirror resting against one wall expands the space visually and reflects off the picture window, making the room feel even brighter.