Designers have embraced 'green' living head-on, taking the concept to another level with furniture and soft furnishings that play host to plants by providing them with a place to grow and thrive. Tables with 'lawn' tops evoke the senses with year round indoor picnics, while grass-top benches provide a comfortable sitting place.
Other intuitive ideas include coffee tables with a covering of moss, transparent Ghost style chairs with greenery wending its way up the legs and across the back, to tables with plant holders placed near the top of each leg.
Plants need light to grow and rooms need light during the evenings, as such lighting has also been given a 'green' face-lift, with pendant lampshades becoming home for living plants and lights have plants living inside them.
There are plenty of ways to include plants in the home, think outside the box to discover unusual, quirky ways to give them a place to make your living space a brighter, greener place.
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