Tending houseplants and gardening is a form of self-care, a sort of the antidote to our fast and also that turbulent digital life. The greenery like the nature can bring calm, they literally produce oxygen and look beautiful. The use of houseplants within your working area also can help improve creativity and productivity.
How to decorate with plants and not make it look chaotic and messy. For example: allow your plants to take centre stage e.g fireplaces, welcome them to a work space in the corner of a desk. Use greenery in the bathroom, plants that love wet, hot and not too much sunt like Boston Ferns.
Buy a plant, stand or a vase.
According to research conducted by IKEA, by 2050, 70% of the world population will live in cities, making it obvious that we need to rethink the way we live. the IKEA home of tomorrow published in desigboom.com is the brand’s new urban concept where visitors can learn how to introduce environmentally friendly solutions into their homes. these solutions address future challenges such as excessive amount of waste, exhaustion of natural resources etc.
images via theidealhome.com, decorilla.com, realhomes.com, designboom.comApartment in Kyiv designed by Serhii Makhno Architects
This amazing Bila Wabi Sabi apartment located in Kyiv Ukraine (hope it still exist, as many buildings are completely destroyed) was created by Serhii Makhno Architects. Scandinavian style kitchen with statement ceiling lamps- umbrellas.
The character of the home is formed by things. Very unique, handmade, entirely original because plenty of them Serhii Makhno creats by themselves.
Many other very inspiring apartments also designed by Serhii Makhno. Lighting and whole idea of the first one Odesa House remids of some kind of windy desert with incredible unique lamps and accessories.
Images via Design Visual, Makhno Architects website
Unique lighting and accessories