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Jonathan Adler's apartment interior desing. Geometric orange rug bright colors, white walls for the dining room

You don’t have to live in a greenhouse to add the texture, interest and warmth of plants in your design. House plants are a great addition for any design style.  They don’t have to be limited to any space or room, you can add them to any space or room of your desire.

Here you can see ways to feature plants in different kitchen designs, different living room designs, and even an example of a bathroom.

Brighten Your Kitchen and Dining Room With House Plants

Breathe easier while you eat and entertain in your kitchen and dining room with the help of a houseplant.  The rooms in which you cook and eat can be both attractive and functional using plants as a decorative force.

The very modern dining room design featured below pops the room with a strong colors and life, but while the tone is almost futuristic, the pots used for the plants tie a little nature into the room fluidly.  This dining room really shows that there are no limits to the kind of design that can highlight the warmth of a plant.

 

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(Dig This Plant Design On Pinterest)

In the kitchen design below there is a rustic looking large wooden table with an equally weathered looking chandelier. A large house plant can be featured without taking up too much space, but still remaining a centerpiece of focus for the room.

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(Dig This Plant Design On Pinterest)

Plant Life Can Warm Your Living Room Up

Your living room or family room is the main space for friends or family to gather and congregate so warm the mood up by featuring a large or small plant and give the room some life by using houseplants.

The large, very green plant in the living room is featured in a design that really emphasizes simplicity.  All of the decorative objects in the room are open and available to the eye, rather than being set just to fill space.

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(Dig This Plant Design On Pinterest)

The living space featured below has a more homey, lived-in experience,  but the color scheme and use of space in the room makes this floor to ceiling plant the centerpiece of the room.  Not only is the size and eye catcher, but the pop of the color green in the natural light of a room mostly designed in the scheme of white.

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(Dig This Plant Design On Pinterest)

In this room there is a beautiful houseplant complimenting an array of photos of flowers, family, and other plants.  There is a ton of natural light that raises the positive mood even further.

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(Dig This Plant Design On Pinterest)

Pop A Plant In Your Bathroom!

Bathrooms aren’t just a place to clean and refresh yourself, but also a room where you can relax and re-energize yourself, and the decor of such a room should be something that supports that energy.

The bathroom below has utilized natural light beautifully, but has also created a specific color palate that allows the natural colors of the plant to pop in your bathroom.  This is a great example of coloring outside the lines!

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(Dig This Plant Design On Pinterest)

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