It is a common thing to install some greens inside the house to welcome spring. Most people choose to add blooms but others like to get some greens. A house with greens will appear more natural and fresh. Of course, it shouldn’t have to real plants. You are free to take some faux green plants as well. In this article, we will see a house with beautiful faux and real greens that can boost the owner’s mood every morning. Check out!
In this big living room, the owner adds some green plants that totally spruce up this house decoration. Look at the seating that has a white sofa and chairs that work well with a bright grey rug underneath. We adore the plants here. The owner has a potted Peace Lily that gives a beautiful spot in this living space. Furthermore, there is a giant Schefflera tree and a small olive tree that improves this room with freshness. Can you see a couple of succulents on the shelves that so cute? Then, an admirable Coral beauty Cotoneaster dammer bonsai completes all.
We have told you, right? This living room also applies some faux plants to spruce the whole decor. In this space, we see recycled blue glass jars and bottles that look so elegant in this living room. Even the throw pillows with a variety of velvets, metallics, furs, and embroideries on the sofa work well with the plants to create such a beautiful room.
What a perfect place to get warmth. There are two stools with pillows in front of the fireplace. See the little green plant next to the fireplace that stands out alone. Overall, this living space gives a cozy atmosphere to have a simple conversation. Even the mantel decor looks so elegant and pretty with artistic touches.
The house is designed in an open layout concept where the kitchen and dining space are in the same area. There is a rectangular wooden table here with dark line chairs that so simple but nice. A potted flower works as the centerpiece to tells us more about the spring feel. The owner lets the natural light comes into this area to get a warm and bright room.
We love the cooking space that was done on a black marble tile countertop. It works well with the dark line windows. The owner adds a pot of succulent and other green plants to add a fresh and natural tone.