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5 Favorites: Vines as Indoor Decor

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5 Favorites: Vines as Indoor Decor

January 30, 2013

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: A single passionflower vine in a kitchen. Image via Bringing Nature Home.

Above: Do you have a plan to bring your garden indoors this winter? Blogger Agata Dimmich of Passion Shake made a DIY Wall Hanging to add greenery to a bedroom wall. Photograph by Agata Dimmich.

Fort Greene Vine Dining Room by Kim Hoyt

Above: When a young family asked Brooklyn architect Kim Hoyt to cover their dining room walls with living plants, she recognized it as a rare opportunity to create a robust, architectural garden indoors. Photograph by Dan Wonderly Imagery courtesy of Kim Hoyt Architect.

For more, see Architect Visit: For more see A Dining Room Wallpapered with Climbing Vines in Brooklyn.

Above: Photograph by Sophia Moreno-Bunge.

N.B.: This is an update of a post originally published July 18, 2012.

For more ideas, see Vines as House Plants.

Finally, get more ideas on how to plant, grow, and care for various vines and climbers with our Vines & Climbers: A Field Guide.

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