Interior Design | The Power of Green

18. February 2014
Photo Sources: Stylizimo Blog and Pinterest
It’s amazing how a single plant can bring so much life into living spaces and in white spaces it can even stand out so much and bring so much harmony, that it seems like a natural part of the whole.
I am definitely getting a bonsai tree for my black and white living room. x
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11 responses to “Interior Design | The Power of Green”

  1. Gorgeous inspiration, totally my style! <3



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  2. The Habit says:

    You’re so right! I love the nice pop of green brought by the natural element of a plant. And I continually love your interior inspiration. You really have a good eye for that stuff babe. Great addition to the blog! 😉


  3. So true – love all these pics, great inspo, they make everything so fresh and light and cool – I love that!

    Have a great day,
    Lucy xxx

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  4. Emma Jo says:

    Can I move in right away?? Hahah, it’s so perfect! Your blog is very inspiring – thanks for sharing 🙂

    Emma Jo

  5. Stephanie G says:

    how refreshing – love these inspiration photos!

    steph /

  6. Definitely my kind of inspiration … Someday I WILL achieve this in our home, too. ^^

    x Satu
    Indie by heart

  7. Plants work well in every space. I have tons of color everywhere and the plants still stand out and add warmth to my space.


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