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Trending on Remodelista: Plants as Decor

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Trending on Remodelista: Plants as Decor

February 5, 2021

A friendly reminder that while it may be brown and desiccated outside right now, it doesn’t have to be that way inside. From Remodelista this week, houseplants with personality:

A tall fiddle-leaf fig tree adds vertical visual interest in this skylit patio at a new boutique hotel in Mexico. Photograph courtesy of Grupo Habita, from Círculo Mexicano: Soulful Minimalism in Mexico City.
Above: A tall fiddle-leaf fig tree adds vertical visual interest in this skylit patio at a new boutique hotel in Mexico. Photograph courtesy of Grupo Habita, from Círculo Mexicano: Soulful Minimalism in Mexico City.
Don&#8\2\17;t toss the ugly ducklings in your plant collection. Quirky and wonky plants have loads of personality, as evidenced here in the Kitchen of the Week: Architect Takashi Yanai’s Galley Kitchen—and Study—in LA. Photograph by Ye Rin Mok, from Creative Spaces.
Above: Don’t toss the ugly ducklings in your plant collection. Quirky and wonky plants have loads of personality, as evidenced here in the Kitchen of the Week: Architect Takashi Yanai’s Galley Kitchen—and Study—in LA. Photograph by Ye Rin Mok, from Creative Spaces.
There are no colors in this small cabin—other than abundant greenery. Photograph by Adam Gibson, courtesy of Archier, from The New Starter House? An Architect Designs a Home That Can Move With Its Owners.
Above: There are no colors in this small cabin—other than abundant greenery. Photograph by Adam Gibson, courtesy of Archier, from The New Starter House? An Architect Designs a Home That Can Move With Its Owners.

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