How to “Green” Your Space

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We think having plants and greens in your home just give it so much character and such a great, positive vibe. It—literally and figuratively—gives life to any space.

Most people think you’d need a garden (or at least a dedicated outdoor space) to have plants but this home in Burbank, California we scoped out from one of our favorite home decor sites, Apartment Therapy, prove otherwise. It has all the best ideas (every nook and cranny in this home is literally adorned with plants), but we picked out the best on how to “green your home”:

How about a vertical garden by your home entry?
How about a vertical garden by your home entry?
Note too the beautiful combo of plants and industrial with that red metal cabinet
Note the beautiful combo of plants and industrial with that tableau on the red metal cabinet.
We've always loved bookcases. Now we love them more with potted plants.
We’ve always loved bookcases. Now we love them more with potted plants.
Stools that serves as pots and framed leaves as artwork are also smart moves
Stools that serves as pots and framed leaves as artwork are also smart moves.
Your nightstand table would also benefit from some "green-ing." A pretty vase with flowers or succulents will do the trick. (Remember that you can make your own terrarium.)
Your nightstand table would also benefit from some “green-ing.” A pretty vase with flowers or succulents will do the trick. (Remember that you can make your own terrarium.)
Love the potted plants against wooden planks hanging on top of the sink—everything seems "fresher" in the kitchen
Love the potted plants against wooden planks hanging on top of the sink—everything seems “fresher” in the kitchen.
Wooden shelves, wicker baskets, and plants make this bathroom come alive
Wooden shelves, wicker baskets, and plants make this bathroom come alive.

 
Check out the rest of this beautiful, green home here.

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