A replica of a wire Victorian plant stand celebrates indoor gardening’s golden age. This plant stand, with its rectangular shape, fits neatly along a window, allowing plants to get maximum light without occupying nearby tables. The wire design allows air flow to plants, which helps maintain leaf health.
Go all out and mix in smaller containers and single plants as well. If using a small container like this one, limit the amount of vegetation planted to just one or two varieties so they can flourish without competing for room and nutrients.
A mix of plant stands add color and decoration to this bright summer porch. A tall, tile covered stand supports a sphere formed ivy while white, blue and gold stands prop up flowers that add natural color to the space. A white sectional shines against the beige walls and fun throw pillows add accent colors.
Using an earth-tone orange with pumpkin tones that has enough brown in it, keeps it from becoming overwhelming. Cream cushions tie to the seats of dark bamboo chairs for a soft finish to compliment the white contemporary table. A standing plant creates a pleasing green and orange color combo.
Shiny marble countertop and white cabinets provide a clean backdrop for the metallic refrigerator, sink, and hanging lights in this Transitional kitchen. A bowl of fruit, flowers, and a standing plant add a touch of color to the neutral color scheme and the dark hardwood flooring in the attached dining room.
The earthy feeling that permeates this home stems from Amy’s decision to stay very close to the built-in color palette of the space. Brick walls and wood floors offer not only color but texture in the space. Together with the large standing plants, they create a warm and serene environment.
This picturesque beach home features large windows to take advantage of the amazing scenery; many types of trees, shrubs and plants; stepping stones to the entryway; a gravel driveway; panel construction and a standing seam roof.