Welcome guests and bring nature indoors with a profusion of potted plants in your entrance, arranged beneath a gallery wall of collected botanical illustrations and graphic prints.
Here’s our Room Recipe to show you how:
“Team terracotta with textured timbers for an earthy, natural display.”
Textured timber table, try Elm mid cross dining table, Tara Dennis Store
Framed botanical prints and botanical artworks, try Botanical Prints, Insire Prints
Terracotta pots in varying sizes, Bunnings
Lush plants of all shapes and sizes, try Strelizia nicolai plant, $200, Divine Flowers
Beautiful coffee table books to fire the inspiration.
Extra styling details in natural leather, try Quintessential Duck Egg Blue
1 Start with fabulous herringbone parquetry flooring, try floorwood.com.au in a space with plenty of natural light to allow plants to thrive.
2 Anchor the display with sturdy timber table or sideboard.
3 Arrange and hang a collection of framed botanical prints and illustrations to create layers of interest and echo the colour and detail of plants.
4 Assemble decorative woven baskets in coordinating tones with terracotta pots in all shapes and sizes to hold plants, high and low to create a living, growing, ever-evolving display.
5 Add thoughtful details with picture books and quirky vintage pieces.
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