Ever since we spotted famed designer Rose Tarlow's LA living room, featuring delicate vines creeping up the walls and spilling over the rafters, we've been mildly obsessed with the idea of indoor vines. Here's a roundup of spaces with similar verdant decor.
Above: Indoor vines adorn Le Sirenuse in Positano. Image via Le Sirenuse.
Above: Alvar Aalto's studio in Helsinki, Finland where indoor vines make themselves at home, via Blood and Champagne.
Above: A single passionflower vine in a kitchen. Image via Bringing Nature Home.
Above: Blurring the line between indoor and outdoor spaces, the vines in designer Rose Tarlow's home add a note of mystery to the interiors, image via The Private House.
Above: Indoor vines define the perimeter of a room and draw the eye upward, emphasizing the height of the ceiling. Image via Belgian Pearls.
Above: Encircling pillars in a restaurant, indoor vines define separate seating areas. Image via Pierce Tynan.
Above: Trailing from the rafters, vines add a naturalistic touch to the industrial space of a loft. image via Fall into the River.
N.B.: This is an update of a post originally published July 18, 2012.
For more ideas, see "Vines as House Plants."