|The 25 hours hotel Bikini in Berlin|
photographs by Igor Josifovic - spotted on Happy Interior Blog
After writing this post however, i was left with a feeling of 'hm'.
You know what i mean? Just 'hm'.
|Spotted on Paper 'n Stitch blog|
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I'm going to play it straight: of course it's lovely plants have all these great characteristics and are actually good for you, but the main reason why i want more plants in my house is because i think it looks sooo pretty.
Which is shallow, i know (that's why i added the other 5 reasons).
|Fiddle Fig, Broadcast Coffee, Seattle|
photograph by Jennifer Chong - spotted here
Also, we might not all have the same preference when it comes to plantlife.
My little nephew (4 at the time) once asked me quite reproachfully Why on earth i had a cactus in my living room. Why would i have a plant in my house that can puncture skin?
After going through the experience of being stung by that cactus himself, he couldn't imagine why in the world i would willingly have something that prickly (and ugly) in my living-environment.
I had a look at his finger (no blood, luckily) mumbled something about thinking it looked pretty and moved the unfortunate plant a little higher up.
|Corner of cactuses by DesignLoveFest on Instagram|
spotted on Decor8 blog
I guess what i'm trying to say is: you should like plants.
In the '6 reasons'-roundup i tried to convince you with a few pretty pictures, but for those of you who need more persuasion please check out the very stylish interior greenery in these photographs.
|Bathroom, Private residence in Melbourne|
photograph by Eve Wilson spotted on the Design Files
We do indeed all need houseplants. If only because they look so pretty.
|photograph by Sean Fennessy|
spotted on Bungalow5