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Greenery for inside

Alissa Ugolini—homify UK Alissa Ugolini—homify UK
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Plants in inside spaces improve air quality and generally improve our well being - that is scientifically proven. These green roommates are all the rage at the moment, and with our great tips and creative ideas for the design of spaces with flowers and plants you can have your own eye-catchers in the house! No more terracotta pots and hanging baskets—there's a new set of kids on the block!

A green divider

Sharing your space with plants is a fantastic idea; and indeed in every sense. When talking about the installation of a room divider why not go green? The screen pictured is both functional and beautiful. It adds a modern and sustainable touch to what would ordinarily be a clunky and light deleting element.


This unusual plant container is suitable for inside and outside as it is crafted out of weather-proof painted steel. In addition, if you don't have the patience for three plants, it can be purchased in single or double combinations.

Green walls

The ultimate in sustainable technology and design is a green wall. Why? Because your walls literally breathes. You can be sure to get the most optimal sleep with an air quality like this.

Preloved treasures

Old kitchen utensils must not be thrown away! And for those who like a treasure hunt at the flea market, these scrubbed down vases are a great addition to your kitchens or living rooms. Metal pots, sieves, bowls that can longer be used for their original purpose, are in fact, still quite wonderful and charming!

Unique & handmade

 Balconies, verandas & terraces  by Architetto Daniele Stiavetti
Architetto Daniele Stiavetti

Vaso da fiori in tessuto cementato n°6-2013

Architetto Daniele Stiavetti

These exclusive flower pots are handmade from a mixture of water, sand and cement. They get their unusual shape by their elaborate production, soaked in the mixture above, and then the cloth is allowed to dry in an unusual position. Each vase is unique, no two will ever be the same. Each vase is numbered for the buyer to show its individuality.

Green thumbs

This small table with a large transparent foot is perfect for those who love creative and contemporary design. Especially so, if you like to adjust the accessories in the base with the seasons or just the current mood. The only limits here are your imagination! Whether with balloons, flowers or palm leaves, the otherwise simple design of the side table allows a variety of options for customisation.

Whitton Drive:  Terrace house by GK Architects Ltd

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