We are bringing the outdoors in! Spring is upon us, and the embodied energy of the burgeoning buds is almost tangible. The sallow earth, slowly but surely, sprouts forth and unveils the beautiful little secrets it keeps all winter.
For me, it’s impossible to pick a favorite season. Spring and Fall always seem to tie in my book – though I must say, the transformation our surroundings take from Winter to Spring never ceases to amaze, and it inspires me to look forward to the opportunity for bringing the outdoors in.
The excitement, beauty, and wonder of nature have been inspiring creative minds from the dawn of time; this is why I love to include greenery in almost every interior design project. Whether it’s a potted orchid, fiddle leaf fig tree, or a grouping of succulents – there is always room for a bit of nature. By bringing the outside in, you add life and energy to your home, and live plants improve air quality.
One of the easiest ways to achieve impact with houseplants is by grouping them. Take some inexpensive plants and put them in a variety of attractive containers. By arranging them, you create interest.