at home with our plants.
by victoria comment


assorted plants in ceramic pots on rustic wood table via lobster and swan. / sfgirlbybay

even though i have nothing but admiration for you urban jungle lovers, personally the only place i can maintain a lot of plant life is outdoors — i love spending time on my backyard patio, especially right now! but indoors, i’m more of a one plant wonder kinda girl. i really just like one or two plants or trees in a room, and very often opt for a couple of large branches in a big vase over a planted pot. but i so admire those of you who can keep a whole slew of plants living well inside, and i do agree that greenery really adds warmth and life to a room. and if you’re less a green thumb like me, i think one strategically placed plant or vase really makes a lovely impact on a room. try to imagine any of these spaces without plant life and i think you’ll get my drift — kind of cold, right? and, if you’re a hiker or urban wanderer like me, it’s even fun to forage for branches in the wild if you’re able to take a walk somewhere near home in our great outdoors. i don’t know about you, but i really appreciate it more than ever.

green indoor tree in terracotta pot in whitewashed home. / sfgirlbybay

inspiring whitewashed living room with vintage-inspired modern furniture and hanging green plants. / sfgirlbybay

black and white photos and art prints with tall succulent in vintage ceramic planter styled with small wood boxes. / sfgirlbybay

rustic utility room with a collection of woven baskets on vintage vanity and green plants inside a modern white porcelain sink. / sfgirlbybay

assorted plants in colorful pots on tiled table with rustic wood shelves. / sfgirlbybay

vintage bottles with green vines sprouting. / sfgirlbybay

small apple tree branch in clear vase on mid-century sideboard. / sfgirlbybay

inspiring indoor plant decor. / sfgirlbybay

branches in tall white ceramic vase with gold lines. / sfgirlbybay

glass vase with foraged greenery. / sfgirlbybay

single hanging plant in white-washed living room with built-in seating. / sfgirlbybay

potted houseplant on natural wood table. / sfgirlbybay

foraged monstera leaves in tall glass vase. / sfgirlbybay

potted plants and vintage sideboard. / sfgirlbybay

inspiring indoor potted plants. / sfgirlbybay

oversized potted houseplant. / sfgirlbybay

corner with vintage leather sette sofa and indoor plants in terracotta pots. / sfgirlbybay

• photography credits in order of appearance: lobster & swan; rum hemmavtwonen; home & garden; fantastic frank; pikkuvarpunen; lobster & swan via gardenista; @selency; tales of endearment; t magazine; milk decoration; joel frear@saarmanche; chelsea bird; @jessicacomingore; vtwonen; lauren conrad; the identite; woe and we; leaves; the identite; @caitlinflemming; dwell; a piece apart; @saarmanche; getaway guts; my scandinavian home; in bed store; one hazy morning; apartment34; cocoon home; jukavo; in bed store; trasto planters; atelier doré; chameleon; rubber plant; tappan collective; @casamae; aestate.

2 responses to “at home with our plants.”

  1. HI Victoria – love these pics! I wanted to let you know about PlantGem, which offers unique on-trend plants shipped direct nationwide to the home gardener. We just launched garden kits as well, like a ‘Nineties Prom Garden’ and an ‘Ornamental Edible Garden.’ x

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