Creat green spaces at home. Here are some simple ways of using plants in your home. Cherish nature in your rooms.
Sometimes the simple things are the best — wine bottles, wooden objects, copper pipes, anatomic hand together with a plant.
Photography: house and hold
Here you see string shelves and greenery.
A still life interior decor with plants in ceramics and pharmacy bottles.
Photography: anna gillar
Many flowers have a main season. I’ve some ideas for you to decorate for the season. Look to the beautiful arrangements with early spring flowers.
I like the pretty pink tulips. A favorite flower of mine.
Snowdrop is a early blooming flower. Here you see snowdrops under a cloche. This is a nice idea to decorating inside and under glass.
For a spring perfume in your home use a hyacinth together with a fragrant and festive christmas rose.
Photography: maria victrix
I used to travel a lot as a professional musician, so I was rarely at home and all my plants died constantly. I had a memorial park for orchids at home! It was really sad. That’s why I’ve compiled a list of six indoor plants that are hard to kill. Most of these easy-to-care house plants tolerate low light too. Great even if you don’t have a green thumb!
Photography: 1., 2., 3., 5. Ivillage, 4. rice design, 6. daum
2. nerve plant
3. rubber plant
4. jade plant
5. watermelon pepperomia
Last week, the spring season started in my home. After three grey and gloomy months, I really need natural green at home now. Indoor plants revive my interior decoration. One big trend are the plant benches. Look at the wonderful ways to create a green oasis. Make your home a green one with plants!
It doesn’t matter if the trees outside don’t have any leaves when a mixed green jungle grows in front of your window.
Photography: time of the aquarius
Here some potted plants in the hall.
Photography: home and delicious
Create a Zen-inspired wooden console table with bonsai trees.
Photography: c’ptn smith’s log
And more Zen inspiration with branches in a vase, looks like Sakura cherry blossoms.
Here you see more examples of creative and modern uses of natural wood furniture, as a bar cart in your dining room.
Simple concept for this home office: minimal design, executed in high quality materials like natural wood, copper and fur.
Photography: design hunter
This kitchen looks amazing with the contrasting white puristic tiles and the natural wood string shelf.
Photography: take over time
Take a look at these great wooden objects. They are a great way to add a natural feel to your home.
Photography: 1. leibal, 2. the vintage vogue, 3. take over time, 4. take over time, 5. agape design
1. pencil stationary: Pana
2. dipped trays: the vintage vogue
3. sideboard: Branco Lisbon
4. toolbox: Aurélien Barby
5. washbasin: Benedini Associati
I love the use of plywood throughout the home. Plywood and other manufactured wood building materials are like the undergarments of architecture. The grain of plywood panels provides a natural touch of pattern. I find the simple and raw unfinished look extremely alluring. Do you include natural wood as a design element in your home?
In this home office plywood makes a warm and modern space together in combination with a string shelf and an Eames chair.
Plywood tends to show up in mostly functional spaces like this kitchen with black fronts.
Photography: Emma’s design blog
The entire interior of this bedroom is made out of plywood. It looks so cosy and perfect for relaxing in the cold winter days.
In this kitchen you see a Swiss cross tray.
Photography: Elisabeth Heier
A creative wall art example for the bedroom.
Photography: traveling mama
Puristic style with marble and a Swiss cross bathroom fitting.
Photography: interiores minimalistas
I like patterns that are strong and simple, so the Swiss cross fits right into my aesthetic. Here are a few lovely examples! What’s you favorite item?
Photography: 1. Jonathan Adler, 2. Zana, 3. Etsy, 4. office furniture scene, 5. Søciety 6
1. pillow: Jonathan Adler
2. small pouch: Zana
3. washi tape: in the clear
4. stool: allermuir- jaks
5. carpet: søciety 6
The Swiss Cross symbol is really showing up all over thanks to the Pia Wallen blanket. This Black and White Swiss Cross decorative blanket is a must have. It’s a trend that is very popular in Scandinavian design! Doesn’t black and white always looks so great in decorating? It adds flair to any room!
Here you see the inverted version in a living room.
Photography: a merry mishap blog
Have fun and relax in a hammock with a Swiss Cross blanket.