The botanical look that’s working its way into the everyday living space

While January doesn’t tend to be the most exciting month, the influx of new interiors trends is always a New Year highlight for us.

A trend that is fast becoming one of our favourites is that of hanging plants. An introduction of botanicals brings a summer garden inside, and helps combat even the chilliest of winters.

Plants have been an increasingly popular addition to interior schemes, with terrariums and desert plants being must-have accessories for the past couple of years.

It’s difficult to scroll through Instagram without seeing at least a few posts containing trendy succulents.

For a great example of using botanicals inside your home, check out the pictured Eclectibles collection from Barker & Stonehouse. The influences of both Nordic and South American interiors are unmistakeable, and show how two distinctly different schemes can work together with this trend in unexpected harmony. Then, plant-pots teeming with gently cascading greenery arranged carefully either in planters attached to the ceiling or wall-hung vases have added to the scheme to create a fresh and spacious feel.

As the Pantone colour of 2017 is greenery there is even more excuse to embrace the power of plants.

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