Custom artwork adds a fun pop of blue in the entrance of this white, modern office. A two-tiered desk shows off an organized display of books while a small indoor plant brings in a soft, natural touch.
The former master was transformed into this gorgeous, open concept living space. Eye-catching details, like the exposed beam vaulted ceiling, a turquoise sliding barn door, indoor plants and a circular dining room chandelier bring the space to life.
Neutral tones and indoor plants make up this organically inspired living room creating a peaceful, relaxing environment. A stone tile accent wall featuring a built-in fireplace and TV screen adds a sleek modern touch to the organic space.
This bedroom's open-air access to outdoor areas allows for stunning mountain views. Warm neutrals pair with rich burgundy and brown tones to give the space a rustic feel, while indoor plants bring a bit of the outdoors inside.
Invest in a good pair of pruners or a sharp pair of scissors that you can use on indoor plants. If you go the scissors route, keep that pair solely for use on plants so they deliver the sharpest, cleanest cut
For a low-maintenance indoor garden, cluster several tillandsia together and step away. This large-scale air plant grows without soil, extracting its needed nutrients from air and water. These giant tillandsia are from Terrain.
These multicolored hexagon-shaped container gardens are artfully arranged on a kitchen wall to bring a touch of the outdoors to the indoor space. Various climbing plants spill over the sides of each container.
Foliage plants can dress a windowsill with strong color when you choose a mix like this line up: variegated ivy (Hedera), purple passion plant (Gynura), variegated Schefflera, pink Hemigraphis and variegated Dracaena. Elevate your indoor plants by slipping them into white cache pots for an elegant look.
A decorative tile fireplace surround brings a beautiful pattern to the bright, white design of this living room. The white mantle is livened up with indoor plants, metallic vases and a mounted gold mirror. White furniture blends beautifully with the room and showcases the pastel pillows.
The matching chaise chairs in this neutral, transitional sitting room are a great place to curl up with a good book. The custom drapes give the room a more formal feeling and keep the space feeling warm with texture. An indoor plant brings some of the beautiful outdoor scenery inside.
This window design brings connection and functionality between the patio and living areas of the home. The large sliding window creates a dynamic space that can be opened up to accommodate more guests or just to enjoy the outdoors. The trees provide natural shade over a small patio and bamboo plants.
Sometimes a used indoor bar cart only requires painting to make it outdoor-ready. Design blogger Alaya Sheardon spent $20 on a bar cart from a thrift store and sprayed it with slate gray rust-preventative paint. She then painted the shelves with a stencil and covered it in white paint for a textured look. Now it holds container plants and supplies on the patio.
This variety of rosemary is beloved for its winter hardiness outdoors, but it also makes a fine indoor plant. The secret to success is to avoid overwatering (a clay pot helps) and growing it on the cool side through winter. Harvest leaves as needed to season meats and soups. Botanical name: Rosmarinus officinalis ‘Arp’
When angel’s trumpet blooms, the fragrance fills an entire apartment. The perfume from the dangling blossoms is released at night, leading to sweetly scented dreams. The secret to success with this beauty is to give it warmth and the brightest light you can. If flowers fail to form, use indoor plant lights. Botanical name: Brugmansia ‘Angel’s Blushing Beauty’
The view into the dining area shows how the white painted ship lap accent wall allows the plants and wood furniture to come to life. White chairs at the ends of the table add an extra pop of style to the dining set up. Hanging succulents and indoor plants add natural life and color to the design.
Prop up container plants on unexpected items, such as an old three-legged stool, to add height to a tabletop display. Although these plants are in the covered indoor space, the floral display could be moved to the balcony as well.
A white ship lap accent wall combines beautifully with the polished hardwood floor allowing the wood furniture and indoor plant life to pop in this dining room design. A sleek white chair with faux fur seat cover creates a stylish end piece at the wood table. An unshaded light fixture, hanging window plants and mounted wall art add the finishing touches to the design.