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April 28, 2017 —

91 is pinning… styling with houseplants

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It certainly doesn’t look like the trend for houseplants is going away any time soon does it?! If anything, more and more of us just keep on growing (‘scuse the pun!) our plant collections. It’s more than just popping a few cacti on the windowsill and an aloe vera in the bathroom, we are creating actual indoor jungles inside our homes! They seem to have taken on an interior genre all of their own, with people hunting out the more unusual species, shopping for beautiful pots to display them in, and even learning new crafts, like macramé, just to be able to create gorgeous hanging planters. And of course how you style them is as important as how you care for them (naturally!) – so we’ve been pinning some interiors where they’ve got it just right with their plant styling. Head over to our Pinterest board for more inspiration. 

via Airows

via Airows

via Cate St Hill

via Cate St Hill

via My Domaine

via My Domaine

Photo: Katharine Peachey - featured in A/W 16 issue of 91 Magazine

Photo: Katharine Peachey – featured in A/W 16 issue of 91 Magazine



via Avenue Lifestyle

via Avenue Lifestyle

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