plant life.
by victoria comment


potted plants and home furnishings. / sfgirlbybay

kimberley dhollander and philippe corthout, via de dujes.

commonly popular in the late 1970s or early 1980s, very bohemian fern bars were everywhere. we probably watched chrissy, jack and janet barhop through a few of these lush pubs. houseplants got huge in the late 70’s too, and much like fashion of that era (high waisted jeans, anyone?) they’re back in a big way. every house needs some good old oxygen-producing plant life, right? Some well-placed greenery not only brightens your space but also purify the air around you — and surrounding yourself with greenery also creates a more calming and restful ambiance. time to get your green thumb on.

indoor plants and home furnishings. / sfgirlbybay

@ameliemancini + vaux vintage.

plant life. / sfgirlbybay


potted plants and modern light. / sfgirlbybay


entryway with plants and home accessories / sfgirlbybay

angela tofoya’s home, via refinery29.

inspiring interiors with plants. / sfgirlbybay

abj glassworks; leslie williamson; the design files; fine little day; mustaovi.

framed art print and potted plant. / sfgirlbybay

per jansson.

white room with potted plants / sfgirlbybay


hanging indoor plants / sfgirlbybay

the shiny squirrel.

open shelving and potted plants. / sfgirlbybay


plants on open shelves and table / sfgirlbybay

Marij Hessel for my attic.

9 responses to “plant life.”

  1. These make an excellent start to the day. I must go and see what I can buy. At the moment I am filling my sitting room windowsill with daffs, tulips and white hyacinths to encourage the spring to return. Time to hit the major greens.

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