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For the love of plants...and anything green

Happy Easter everyone! This holiday weekend for some of us signifies spring and welcoming warmer weather and some green outside. I found this location home on JJ Locations and thought this was the perfect time to share it. Apparently someone loves plants even more than I do. This home is filled with them and it is absolutely beautiful with tons of artwork and accents of green to bring it all together into a cohesive spring-y vibe. I adore every bit of this Victorian house - it gives off so much positive energy. I think I'll move into the kitchen.

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Saturday night

Saturday night. What to do, where to go. Grab your coat and your appetite and meet me at Transformer Fitzroy, Melbourne by Breathe Architecture. Love the inner city industrial meets greenhouse trellis vibe of this former electrical transformer warehouse now vegetarian restaurant. Exposed brick, board formed concrete and chainlink fencing softened by pools of light and tumbling vines.

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Plant wallpaper

Marie Claire Maison

Yesterday I shared a round-up of photos featuring plants as decor. I understand that some people don't have a green thumb and plants aren't really their how about plant wallpaper? Bringing the outdoors in but keeping it inanimate. Because you can't kill wallpaper!

The Jungalow

Ana Donohue Interiors



Architectural Digest France

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Decorating with plants

Urbis Magazine

I adore plants. They are all over my house. I love the idea of bringing the outdoors in, especially when nothing grows outside here for about 6 months of the year. And plants are a fairly inexpensive method of decorating....except when you're like me and kill off 75% of them, and the other 25% get torn to shreds by feral cats in the middle of the night. One day I vow to do a photo series on the plants I have around my house that I have not managed to kill. In the meantime here is a round-up of some pretty awesome spaces decorated with plants.    


The Design Files

Architectural Digest France


kk living

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A converted carriage house

It's not often that I start a house tour from the back door and move my way to the front but I am totally smitten by the sun room at the rear of this converted carriage house in Boston by interior designer Melissa Miranda. Oh my! Oh my! Not that the rest of the house isn't wonderful. White and bright with a mix of mid century, scandi, boho and modern it is fun and fresh and stylish.

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