ISSUE 44  |  Miss Havisham

5 Favorites: Vines as House Plants

November 02, 2012 3:00 PM

BY Michelle Slatalla

We’d like to pretend winter isn’t approaching. We’re bringing the outdoors in, recreating the garden with indoor vines that are happy to overtake the living room. And the kitchen. And the bath. Here are a few potted favorites we’ve rounded up:

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Above: Indoor vines in the shower, via Design Sponge.

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Above: Photograph via Purple Area.

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Above: A gardening sink in Sweden by Agnetta Enzell. (N.B.: For more Swedish garden design inspiration, see “Oudoors: Ulf Nordfjell Garden Design.”

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Above: An indoor ledge in the Williamsburg, Brooklyn apartment of jewelry Jessica Barensfeld and photographer Simon Howell, via Freunde von Freunden.

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Above: Cat’s eye view. For more, see Freunde von Freunden.

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Above: Indoor vines climb the Alvar Aalto studio wall in Helsinki.