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Trending on Remodelista: Houseplant Love

October 4, 2019

We can’t imagine a home without plants. And, apparently, neither can the editors at Remodelista. Here, some beautiful reminders of how greenery can animate a room.

Photograph by Hagan Hinshaw of Blurry Hinge, courtesy of Shapeless Studio, from Kitchen of the Week: A Brooklyn Kitchen Designed Around the Keywords “Social” and “Minimal but Warm,”
Above: Photograph by Hagan Hinshaw of Blurry Hinge, courtesy of Shapeless Studio, from Kitchen of the Week: A Brooklyn Kitchen Designed Around the Keywords “Social” and “Minimal but Warm,”
Photograph by Alan Tansey, courtesy of vonDALWIG Architecture, from Second Time’s the Charm: ‘A Renovation of a Renovation’ in a Brooklyn Duplex.
Above: Photograph by Alan Tansey, courtesy of vonDALWIG Architecture, from Second Time’s the Charm: ‘A Renovation of a Renovation’ in a Brooklyn Duplex.
Photograph by Haris Kenjar, courtesy of Lisa Staton Interior Design, from Washington State Four Square: The Client Got Hired by Her Designer Thanks to this Project.
Above: Photograph by Haris Kenjar, courtesy of Lisa Staton Interior Design, from Washington State Four Square: The Client Got Hired by Her Designer Thanks to this Project.

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