Happy Earth Day everyone! In honor of this day of green, here is a post about interior decorating with plants.
How Fresh is this eating area.
I love decorating with flowering branches (you can see more of that here) and it’s such an easy way to bring some of the beauty of the outside, inside.
Love these colors and adore peonies!
Katie Ridder genius. And that’s all I have to say about that.
Nicole Gibbons has a fantastic blog which is full of lots and lots of eye candy!
I had NO idea this was her room. I just love it— because it’s pure genius!
I love hydrangeas and these compliment the colors so beautifully!
The incredible abode of artist Claire Basler
Who said that table arrangements shouldn’t be more than 12″ high?
Succulents from the home of Lake Bell designed by her mother, Robin Bell
Wonderful interior designer, style spotter at the recent High Point Market and award-winning blogger, Meredith Heron. Oh, and she’s also on HGTV! Very talented. Love her work. You can see her blog here.
My fave husband and wife formidable duo of Brooke and Steve Giannetti. If you don’t already know about them… He’s an architect/artist (he did all of the art work here) and she’s an interior designer, and together, they are nothing less than smashing
And last and definitely NOT least is the insanely talented Loi Thai of Tone on Tone! I have included him in many posts here on laurel home and for a very good reason! Everything he touches is pure magic. If you think the houseplants and topiaries (yes, he carves those himself) are incredible, you should see his gardens! And, he’s completely self-taught! Oh my and if that’s not enough… he has a shop in Bethesda Maryland which carries the most incredible Swedish antiques this side of the Atlantic, all exquisitely curated by his magic hands!
Please take a look at Loi’s blog which again, you can find here. I’m very excited because he and his partner Tom have bought a house in Maine for us! haha! That’s how it feels! BTW, a little secret that’s not-so-secret. He uses Benjamin Moore White Dove at 75% for all of his trim. I have never tried that. I think what it means is three parts White Dove to one part pure white. Well… whatever it is… it’s sensational!
Again, happy earth day! I hope that this post gave you some great ideas for bringing the freshness and beauty of plant-life inside.