A concrete planter is a perfect modern home for snake plants. Paired with the modern black and white painting and whitewashed wood floors, this corner feels like a mini-modern art gallery as you enter the home.
A green, distressed antique cabinet adds character, texture and color to this all-white sitting area. A fern and snake plant make the space feel homey and inviting and bring in a natural element for an eclectic vibe.
The tasteful choices making this patio comfortable could be equally at home at a beachfront Mexican hacienda. There's a trio of hammered metal coffee tables, a pom-pom trimmed throw and, for a dose of color, a bold and sculptural snake plant.
When decorating a space, never underestimate the power of plants. Go for a mix of sizes and for a more dynamic look vary the leaf shape. The snake plant on the floor is angular and vertically oriented, while the lush fiddle leaf fig has large undulating leaves. Save yourself a bit of cash by periodically clipping from an interesting shrub in your back yard. Place them in a large pot, add water and you have an instant statement-making centerpiece.
Though the living room is an undoubted showstopper, the dining room might be the purest example of a design style that Tamara describes as, “Edgy modern with a rustic undertone and pops of fun color.” This room has all of that and more from the funky paint job on the walls to the metallic tabletop adorned with bowls of grass. And if that isn’t '80s punk rock enough for you, there’s the snake plant propped atop the bottom half of a mannequin to complete this awesome, unique picture.
Long-lasting mini golf-ball-like blooms and spiky yucca-like leaves make this plant stand out. Its root was once used as snake venom antidote, hence the odd name. The plant attracts the small non-biting or non-stinging parasitic wasps that can keep harmful garden critters under control.