Ready to dream of spring and make everyone around you green with envy? Here are five ways to decorate with plants and bring Mother Nature to life inside your home in unexpected ways.
These 10-inch vases offer a unique way to decorate with plants. They’re hand made by artisan Kim Cutler from a slab of clay. A real hosta leaf is rolled into the clay to create an authentic impression. The leaf shape is then cut out and formed into a cylinder, then bisque fired and glazed. In three colors.
Hosta bud vases, $60 each.
With long tendril-like leaves, these Butzii air plants (placed in hand painted sea urchin shells) look like jellyfish floating through the air. To care for the plants, simply mist them with water a couple of times per week.
Jellyfish airplants in white shells $26.95/set of 2.
Big, bold tropical prints make small spaces like this pop, transforming them into design focal points. And because this is removable wallpaper, it’s easy to change up the look whenever you want.
Rainforest removable wallpaper, $108/60.75 square foot roll.
Made in Texas from laser-cut Baltic birch plywood, these striking bookends add lots of shape, texture and visual interest, and are a unique way to decorate with plants.
Combine science with style and you get this. Rated 5-stars by over 7,000 shoppers for quality and careful packing. In 3 sizes.
Glass propagation vase bulbs with wood stand, $18.50-$21.50.