We love everything miniature, and this tiny greenhouse terrarium is nothing short of adorable!
So pick out your favorite container and start custom building your own little indoor garden!
P.S. Just thought I’d say hi! I’m Maureen’s new intern, Rachel. I’m in my final year of my Architectural Interior Design degree at UT Austin, and can’t wait to graduate and start making my mark in the massive world of design! I grew up in a small town called George West, so Austin is my first “big city” to live in and I’m loving it. I’m so excited to be working on this blog with Maureen (with whom I share a love of all things gray/lime green, Rococo, and vintage) and can’t wait to see where it takes me. Nice to meet all of you! See you soon 🙂
Double barn doors, now we’re talking!
This is genius! I can look in the left mirror before I get in the tub, then walk to the right one after the bath. It’s like a before and after. I must admit this is kinda weird but the double mirrors are superb!
Double vanity mirrors, are you a fan?
Looking for a truly innovative way to incorporate greenery into your kitchen or bathroom space? Consider purchasing the ‘Zen Garden Sink’ by Gau Design. This concrete sink is a truly innovative design that sports a large basin and a small circular space to insert greenery of any kind. The basin is connected to the plant space through a small crack so that your plants automatically get watered when you turn on the tap. How ingenious is that? Place fresh foliage of any kind in the sink and instantly decorate the room in a unique way.
2. Bring Your Garden Indoors with a Plantwall | Vertical Garden
What better way to bring plants into your home than to make them focal draw of a room. Much in the same way an accent wall can add a little drama to any room, plantwalls, like these installed by the Stockholm based Green Fortune, can have a powerful impact. This is a creative and effective way of adding a lot of greenery to your home without taking up a lot of floor space. Green Fortune’s Plantwalls feature a drip irrigation system to evenly distribute water automatically.
3. Foliage Furniture
Believe it or not, there are actually numerous designers who are now incorporating vegetation into their furniture designs. Nancy Favier designs a ‘Grass Ottoman’ that is pretty comparable to a Chia pet. The chair itself is made out of solid plastic and real grass grows on top of it from a special seed mixture.
ITLabs manufactures a ‘Grass-on Lamp’ that is made out of recycled materials from which actual grass and foliage grows. The lamp can be placed on a table or suspended from the air to act as a chandelier.
Metaphys designs ‘Modern Indoor Grass Gardens’ that can function as shelves or simply as a work of art. The rectangular white structures sit on top of one another and grass grows on the inside of the structure in a few weeks.