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Trending on Remodelista: 5 Ways to Bring the Outdoors In

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Trending on Remodelista: 5 Ways to Bring the Outdoors In

June 14, 2019

Remodelista editors were seeing green (our favorite color here at Gardenista) everywhere this past week—in bathrooms, kitchens, and beyond. Here, 5 ways to help the inside of your home reflect the verdant outside:

1. A Lush Canopy

This bathroom has a calming, rainforest-y feel thanks to a mass of hanging plants overhead. Find more reasons to bring plants indoors in \10 Compelling Reasons to Bring the Outdoors In. Photograph by Nicholas Worley, courtesy of Simon Astridge Architecture Workshop.
Above: This bathroom has a calming, rainforest-y feel thanks to a mass of hanging plants overhead. Find more reasons to bring plants indoors in 10 Compelling Reasons to Bring the Outdoors In. Photograph by Nicholas Worley, courtesy of Simon Astridge Architecture Workshop.

2. Cut Flowers

Whether you get them from your own garden or buy them at the store, cut flowers are instant mood-lifters. Photograph courtesy of Kvänum, from Kitchen of the Week: A Scandinavian Design with a Proper British Accent.
Above: Whether you get them from your own garden or buy them at the store, cut flowers are instant mood-lifters. Photograph courtesy of Kvänum, from Kitchen of the Week: A Scandinavian Design with a Proper British Accent.

3. Botanical Wallpaper

In a window-less powder room, a foliage wallpaper provides a hit of natural beauty. For more inspired green bathrooms, see \13 Favorite Green Bathrooms from the Remodelista Archives. Photograph by Brian Ferry for Remodelista; styling by Alexa Hotz.
Above: In a window-less powder room, a foliage wallpaper provides a hit of natural beauty. For more inspired green bathrooms, see 13 Favorite Green Bathrooms from the Remodelista Archives. Photograph by Brian Ferry for Remodelista; styling by Alexa Hotz.

4. Indoor/Outdoor Living

Keep your doors open to the outside so that you can freely drift in and out. Photograph by Kate Holstein, from A Vintage Hawaiian Beach Cottage, Restored and Ready for Relaxation.
Above: Keep your doors open to the outside so that you can freely drift in and out. Photograph by Kate Holstein, from A Vintage Hawaiian Beach Cottage, Restored and Ready for Relaxation.

5. Pops of Green

Above: Sometimes, something as simple as green glassware can provide a breath of fresh air. Read more about Julie’s Object of Desire: Atelier NL ZandGlas Stamped Glassware.

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