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Gardenista Considered Design Awards: Vote for the Best Indoor Garden

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Gardenista Considered Design Awards: Vote for the Best Indoor Garden

July 12, 2013

Below are the Gardenista finalists for the Best Indoor Garden, submitted by both professional designers and readers. To see all the photos for each project, scroll down within each box. You can vote once a day in each category now through July 15. Share images on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and Pinterest using the sharing tools embedded beneath each image. Happy voting!



Liz Tan. A Houseplant Vignette in the City. Brooklyn, NY. “A whimsical home for my plants.”

 


New Eco Landscapes Design + Build. A Green Border Lines the Living Room. Brooklyn, NY. “In order to buy a summer home upstate, my husband and I had to downsize our city apartment and give up our precious outdoor space. We decided to design the living area like an indoor garden to bring a sense of nature to the city.”

 


Molly Wood Garden Design. Houseplants as Furniture. Costa Mesa, CA. “Interior plants add life, form, texture, and personality to a home. Here are some arrangements that represent that.”

 


Wild Folk Studio. Calming Mix of Plants and Textures. Boston, MA. “I often play with textures when arranging flowers. I mix soft, feminine blooms with wild accents. I lean towards asymmetry, and usually use unexpected vessels. I play up the variation in textures where I place the arrangement–lace on wood; perfectly contrasting.”

 


Mark Reilly Architecture. Wood, White, and Green in a Modern Bath. San Francisco, CA. “A creative use of space and materials makes up for this bathroom’s small size.” Plants provide color and purify the air. 

 


 

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