PUT BABY IN THE CORNER
A large structural plant or two is a perfect way to soften a hard corner. Layer, layer, layer. The more tactile a space becomes, the more welcoming the home. From textiles and rugs to artwork and plenty of plants in pots, all the elements here combine for a relaxed, lived-in feel.
Whether displayed up high on a shelf or floor-based down below, find the ideal home for your chosen beauties. For impact, go big and slightly wild, as here, with the rambling overgrown feel of the plant tendrils able to roam free up over the shelf, and the oversized glossy leaves of the floor plant. Both lend such character to the space.
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