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    Boca Chica Hotel, Acapulco, Mexico

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      Nicole Franzen Interior Photography

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      Kitchen at Archipelago Gallery & Studio designed by Jason Leonard

Indoor Plant

Transform the harshness of a man-made interior by introducing indoor greenery. A perfect solution for those living in apartments or for those looking to expand their garden to the indoors. From the living area to the bathroom, build your private jungle with a variety of luscious greens.

For open areas such as the living room, fill the space with larger plants like the Swiss Cheese Plant - given its name due to the distinctive holes on its leaves, Kentia Palms that produces long delicate leaves, Ficus Tree for the creatives interested in practicing topiary or any of the Dracaena family for dramatic effect.

If low maintenance is your style, then opt for the likes of Zanzibar Gem, Fiddle Leaf Fig or Peace Lily that will occasionally reward you with white flowers. These plants can survive on little water, attention, and sunlight making it suitable for any home.

For the bathroom, look to the Spider Plant and Snake Plant that enjoys the humidity from the shower or drape the walls in Devil’s Ivy and Boston Fern.

Though it has decorative appeal, indoor plants have major health benefits such as reducing carbon dioxide, pollutants, and airborne dust levels as well as creating a tranquil environment to relax the mind - making it all the more attractive.

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      Beatrice Clarke & Alessandro Raschellà's Amsterdam Apartment

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      Stephen Townsend Interior Photography



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