Deep hues and industrial details create a dining room with both punch and sophistication. An eclectic centerpiece gets its wow factor from fresh flowers in eye-popping colors that create a striking contrast with the dark walls. The classically inspired modern chairs add to the home's gothic-chic vibe.
Previously, the room had no flowers. Designer Heather Hogan Roberts often uses cut flowers from the garden as an easy way to bring life into a space. “It’s a really inexpensive way to add color,” she says.
This nursery's closet features built-in partitions for organization and is located next to a wall covered in pink silk flowers. Custom art, including a canvas that says "Endure" in the handwriting of the mother-to-be's late grandmother, adds a personal touch that makes the space unique to the family.
The matte finish of the black buffet allows it to stand out against the white wall without being too overpowering in this bright room. Southwestern style pottery is tucked in the middle, open shelves of the piece drawing the eye to the pop of color and pattern. Lighter pieces on top of the buffet keep the space looking open with bright yellow flowers adding a lively finish.
A lovely unframed painting of a bouquet of flowers echoes the actual bouquet on this dressing room's vanity. Choosing not to frame art is a great way to save money and gives your room a fresh, modern look.
Trim your plant as needed to maintain its size, and remove any flowers when they fade. Looking for more plants to grow in a terrarium? Calvo suggests Alpine water fern (Blechnum penna-marina), Baby’s tears (Soleirolia soleirolii), Dwarf crisped fern (Dryopteris affinis ‘Crispa Gracilis’), Creeping fig (Ficus pumila) and Artillery plant (Pilea glauca ‘Aquamarine’).