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Design Trend :: Indoor Fern Plants

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indoor fern plants #interiorplants

Fiddle figs, succulents and palms have been very popular houseplants in the last few years. Recently I’ve also noticed a trend for indoor fern plants – once a huge favorite for the home in the 1970s. Producing beautiful lush green foliage, ferns help purify the air and act as natural humidifiers – loving that here in the dry, high Sierras!

hanging fern terrariums

With over 10,000 known species of fern in the world, selecting one could get a little overwhelming. To make the choice easier, I’ve rounded up a few of my favorites indoor fern plants – I think you’ll love them too!indoor fern plants // favorites from @simplifiedbee

:: links for indoor fern plants ::

1 boston fern :: 2 crocodile fern :: 3 asparagus fern :: 4 maidenhair fern :: 5 button fern

If you are interested in incorporating ferns in your home, here’s a great fern care guide via BHG. If growing plants isn’t your thing, yet you’d still like to bring the fern pattern indoors, here are some favorite home decor items featuring ferns:

*images via apartment therapy & mooi wat planten doen

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Interior Design Trend :: Ferns

1940's banana leaf wallpaper in Beverly Hills Hotel

Leafy botanical patterns are clearly trending right now. The banana leaf motif made famous by Harry Hinson’s iconic 1940’s Martinique wallpaper that’s all over the Beverly Hills Hotel is making a huge comeback. From home to fashion, the classic pattern is showing up everywhere. Even on iPhone covers (the one below is by Milly).

banana leaf iphone cover by Milly

Although not as popular as the banana leaf, another trendy little green plant is the fern. This shade loving plane is much more refined in nature than it’s broad leaf friend, yet is also a fresh take on the color of the year. Over the past year I’ve noticed more and more fern patterns in interiors, like this bedroom designed by Tom Sheerer.

bedroom by Tom Sheerer with fern fabric

I’ve pulled together a few beautiful home decor items featuring ferns:

fern pattern in interior design

bronze table lamps |art | vintage wallpaper |gold wallpaper | The Art of Instruction | photograph | bronze table | bowl

pure style home living room with ferns

Of course there is nothing like adding a live fern or two to your home. They help naturally purify the air and Lauren from Pure Style Home swears they are the easiest plant to keep (this is her former living room above). If you are curious as to which variety of fern may be best indoors, BHG has a great article discussing their favorites.

praying for boston // etsy art

On a final note, my thoughts and prayers are with the victims and families effected by the horrific terrorist attack in Boston on Monday. I feel as if our nation’s wound from 9/11 has been torn open. May we all strive for peace within and with one another.

xo

Cristin

*first image via and last via

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Read full story By on April 17, 2013 in antiques, Bedroom, bedrooms, book, design trends, Features, furniture, home accessories, interior design, Interiors, lighting, living rooms, pattern, wallpaper

Interior Design Trend :: Ferns

disclosure: This post contains an affiliate links, which means Simplified Bee receives commission if you make a purchase using this link.

1940's banana leaf wallpaper in Beverly Hills Hotel

Leafy botanical patterns are clearly trending right now. The banana leaf motif made famous by Harry Hinson’s iconic 1940’s  Martinique wallpaper that’s all over the Beverly Hills Hotel is making a huge comeback. From home to fashion, the classic pattern is showing up everywhere. Even on iPhone covers (the one below is by Milly).

banana leaf iPhone cover by Milly

Although not as popular as the banana leaf, another trendy little green plant is the fern. This shade loving plane is much more refined in nature than it’s broad leaf friend, yet is also a fresh take on the color of the year. Over the past year I’ve noticed more and more fern patterns in interiors, like this bedroom designed by Tom Sheerer.

bedroom by designer Tom Sheerer with fern fabric

 

I’ve pulled together a few beautiful home decor items featuring ferns:

 

fern pattern in interior design

bronze table lamps |art | vintage wallpaper |gold wallpaper | The Art of Instruction | photograph | bronze table | bowl

pure style home living room with ferns

Of course there is nothing like adding a live fern or two to your home. They help naturally purify the air and Lauren from Pure Style Home swears they are the easiest plant to keep (this is her former living room above). If you are curious as to which variety of fern may be best indoors, BHG has a great article discussing their favorites.

http://www.simplifiedbee.com/2012/12/2013-color-of-the-year-emerald-green.html

On a final note, my thoughts and prayers are with the victims and families effected by the horrific terrorist attack in Boston on Monday. I feel as if our nation’s wound from 9/11 has been torn open. May we all strive for peace within and with one another.

xo

Cristin

*first image via and last via

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Read full story By on April 17, 2013 in antiques, Bedroom, bedrooms, book, design trends, Features, furniture, home accessories, interior design, Interiors, lighting, living rooms, pattern, Uncategorized, wallpaper