Spotted and admired via Residence Magazine, a simple way to add color to a black and white backdrop. In stylist Lotta Agaton's home in Stockholm, house plants add an element of green—and a shot of the outdoors—to every room:
Photographs by Pia Ulin.
Above: In Agaton's home in the central Vasatan district of Stockholm, house plants include potted vines and cacti under glass in the living room.
Above: Two identical plants in white pots create symmetry.
Above: A potted tree in the dining room is framed by a doorway. For a similar look, consider a Celeste Fig Tree ($39.99 for a two to three year old tree from Lemon Citrus Tree.
Above: A single branch in a glass vase under a glass dome.
Above: Looking for more suggestions about how to use house plants to add color? See 5 Favorites: Plants for the Bath.