Indoor Plants - Latest Trends In Bringing Greenery Indoors

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Indoor plants are commonly grown for decorative purpose, and even for air purification. Winter or hectic lifestyle does not allow us to get out, unwind and breath fresh air. So bringing the greenery, in comfort of homes, is an ideal alternative to stay connected to the nature!
If used wisely, it gels well with the interiors, and even works as a neat accent!
As house plants have an attraction factor of its own, it can liven up any space and create an aura of freshness.
There are varieties of plants available for the indoors. But it should be selected on the basis of the space available, and moreover should match the whole interior concept!


Ivy Plant In Interiors

Ivy is used to create the focal point in this design. As ivy requires less maintenance and sun, it's pretty easy to bring them into the interiors.
This unique idea of installing it up on the wall, changes the whole look of the room. As the contemporary design has been maintained here, with the use of simple, sleek and straight design, importing the greenery in a circular pattern creates a modern feel. This concept not just portray how the green element can be brought in, but also shows how well it goes with the rest of the interiors.
Proper attention should be given in the panel used for the plants. Water proofed material, with long durability is required in such designs, as you don't want the walls to get damp.


Bamboo In Interiors

Bamboo plant, can be used in the interiors. In fact, it manages to create the center of attraction! Here the bamboo goes well with the space. The tint and shades of green from the exterior, from cushions and the wall art, just manages to bring in the symmetrical look. And the stem of bamboo, coordinates well with the rest of the home decor.
Using furniture, artifacts, lamp shades, wind chimes created from bamboo, gives an elegant look. Accessorizing your space with bits of greens, can bring in the tropical feel into the interiors.
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African Violet

When the discussion of indoor plants starts, the picture of colorful, vibrant flowers to come into the mind.
These African Violet's, blossoms almost continuously. It needs sunlight, but as it can't tolerate direct sunlight, position it carefully. You may even shift its place easily, as these plants are grown in small pots.
These rich purples, just enhances the room decor. Place it on the coffee table, on the dining table as centerpiece, and even on the bright painted window sill. Use flower patterned fabrics in the room. Mix and match it with white to create a flowery blossomed look!


The Grass Effect

Bring the grass in the interiors too, if you don't have a garden with soft green grasses to walk on!
You can't obviously walk over this unique piece, but could definitely spend some much needed time with your friends over a glass of wine!
Place it on your terrace or balcony or even in the living, adjacent to some nature's view. Just enjoy the greenery, within your comfort.
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 Riya Vadhiya  |    Sept. 30, 2013, 10:52 a.m.

Like the idea of growing grass on the dining table .. wonde how would I mow the grass in such if it grows more than desired length ..also what is the base material of this table?
 Manisha Arora  |    Oct. 2, 2013, 6:39 p.m.

The base material is staineless steel.It does not rust.And when the grass grows use the hand grass trimmer. If maintenance is the issue,try out "landscaping artificial grass mat".It looks natural! :)
 Deepa Raj Spaceio Blogger |    Oct. 3, 2013, 2:56 a.m.

We can build this kind of table as per your specification. We have expertise in any kind of steel furniture manufacturing. Here is one of our products http://spaceio.com/115/table/ For more details check our profile.
 Mohd Shamim  |    Oct. 4, 2013, 6:23 a.m.

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