|Tria Giovan Photography|
Don’t worry! This isn’t a post about juicing 🙂 (Although, for the record, I finally got my Hurom, and it rocks!) Lately, I feel like every time I open a magazine or check my inbox, I’m running across some sort of article about interior air pollution.
|Christopher Peacock’s Kitchen|
Especially since little Will has been born, I’ve been thinking a lot more about how clean the air in my house is. We’ve used green cleaners for years, and, after much adieu and a lot of complaining by painters (and my husband!), have had the formerly painted-shut windows in my house opened. But, now, I’m trying to take it a step further and incorporate more plants into the house to clean the air.
|Braulio Casas Architects|
Here’s the tricky part: House plants aren’t always beautiful.
Fortunately, it seems like these people have a handle on how to incorporate a little more green into their homes as an organic, lovely part of the decor, not an afterthought.
|Christoper Stephens Interiors|
The good news, though, is that basically anything with chlorophyll is going to make an impact. These awesome vases are making an impact of a whole different kind… I think they’d make even a beauty-challenged plant look good.
|Steven Gambrel Design|
This tree in the kitchen is seriously cool.
This bamboo is crisp and modern looking. Love it.
|Ashley Goforth Design|
A plant looks much better when it’s potted in something pretty. I thought the more formal rooms in our house were going to be the most challenging to green up, but maybe I was wrong! (Yup. I said, “green up.” You like that?)
Thanks to these gorgeous photos, I feel like I’m full of ideas. Now it’s off to the nursery! Hope you all have a fabulous week!