20 unforgettable design ideas with plants in the interior
There is nothing like a few well-groomed ones, beautiful houseplants in the interior. This is impressive in both practical and aesthetic terms. In other words, one can equally admire the beauty of the interior and the ability to keep the plants alive.
I am very serious! Even the least demanding plants present a challenge.
Our favorite houses and studios
Do you notice that the plants have been given a very important role in this room? We at Freshideen have come across a lot of great pictures in recent years. One often encounters refreshing displays of plants inside.
Below we see the result of kitchen processing in a studio. It was shown on Oh Happy Day. The lush green plants reinforce the existing color palette.
Here’s a tutorial on making a concrete and copper plant stand. Its author is Claire Zinnecker from Camille Styles. From this you can learn how to make perfect poles for interesting indoor plants. The succulents below make a great example.
Another interesting article can also be found at Camille Styles. We mean the studio apartment filled with plants.
Who would have thought that the succulents above are actually not real! We at Freshideen also loved the personal look!
Isn’t the beautiful mess studio’s lively kitchen simply gorgeous??
We had to laugh when we saw the vivid yellow cabinets and the garish turquoise dots combined. Furthermore, we were deeply impressed by the star-shaped arrangement of the potted plants on the window shelves.
The next shot is again from a studio apartment that appeared at Beautiful Mess.
Here you can experience a zone division at the great bay window in the dining room
Unique indoor plants
Beautiful indoor plants – one thing is certain when it comes to indoor plants: you don’t need a lot of green to create an eye-catcher. Often it depends almost exclusively on how the plants are positioned and displayed. A conservatory element can be seen below. It was designed by Lauren Liess. Urns, shaped cuts and other decorative touches provide a look reminiscent of English gardens.
A terrarium could contribute to an even more stylish appearance
Why only one actually? Do you like growing plants? Then this project is just right for you! Below we see two other very exciting investment pictures. Notice the way the use of antique items, vials, test tubes, and lots of greenery creates a unique scientific aesthetic that is unique in its kind. [photos by Nicole Franzen via Decor8]
From garden charm to scientific style to the execution of all details in a tropical way
We were actually allowed a look into Jon and Nina Hans’s apartment. It includes Design Spong. One was inspired by the Hawaiian style from the middle of the last century. There was absolutely no savings on plants here!
Even if the style inside isn’t too beachy, tropical green can add a modern twist
I love the use of string and tape reels in the green vignette.
You don’t have a green thumb?
Add a large dose of plant life with a crepe paper garland of leaves like the one pictured here. The execution here is the Hank company & Hunt. With such a good design, the temptation to opt for artificial variants is simply too great! This is especially true when it comes to entertainment!
Don’t forget the great effect of hanging plants! These draw the eye upwards.
Hanging flowers in the bathroom
Cool handling of the plants indoors
To conclude today’s article, we’ve selected a collection of potted plants that are really attractive.
The larger one is called Kalanchoë beharensis. She looks great, doesn’t she? [Image by Rikki Snyder according to Houzz]
The plants in the next room look whimsical, interesting, and bold
These two figures are built-in beautiful houseplants displayed, which enable the integration of a lot of green. Notice how the modern look was achieved in the living room and dining area! Furthermore, the plants really seem to bring life into it. [according to Lushome]
The very last pictures show us great looking large plants that create a lobby look
It is anything but subtle. That’s why we love it here on Freshideen! What do you think of that? [according to Best Home Inspirations]
Are you tempted to incorporate a little more green in your interior??
Regardless of whether you want to go big or small, you should keep the following in mind: The way of arranging is even more important than the plants themselves! Get creative and make it really memorable!