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House Plants… Inspired By Basically Everyone!

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As for my plant project, that’s one I’ve had on the to-do list for months. I was inspired by basically every Style Story guest I’ve ever had on the blog. As it turns out, living indoor plants are a keystone element to a vibrant home. I’m already so in love with mine. They now live on a sunny surface in our bedroom and appear to be very happy with their new home.

So, here are a couple tips for your house plant plans.

  • Try multiple plants grouped together. The effect is that of a mini greenhouse or sunroom.
  • Mixing and matching pots of different styles creates the feeling of a collection that’s been curated over time. However, keeping everything in a similar color scheme helps avoid an over-cluttered appearance. (Would you guess that I picked up mine at Garden Ridge?)
  • Lastly, don’t be afraid to mix in other decorative objects. My ceramic bust fit with my ivory color scheme and added a sense of classicism to my plant scene as well.

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So, what did you do this weekend? And are a few potted plants going to be in your future too?

 

 

 

This story by Hilary Walker
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