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How to add green to your scene

Updated: Mar 26

The Kim Layne Interiors team would love to help you create a beautiful and healthy home using biophilic design principles. From choosing the right plants to incorporating natural elements into your decor, we’ve got the tips to help you create more green in any space that you love spending time in.

FERNS AND IVY: Ferns and Ivy are classic design favorites because they can be used to add delicate texture and color to any design scheme. They look stunning when mixed together, and even more beautiful when paired with large leaf houseplants. Colorado has a few varieties that do well in our climate. You can help a fern survive in your home by adding in places like bathrooms and kitchens. These areas often have high humidity, which is key to fern survival!

LIVING WALLS: Living walls are a great way to bring life and color into your home. There's no better time than Spring for planting them, as new plugs establish quickly during this season with less care needed once they've budded their first few leaves! They can be planted with annuals, perennials, succulents or herbs- or maybe a mix of your favorites. Whether it is a full-featured wall or a smaller stylized shelf, a living design feature can elevate your space with nature and lush greens.

If you're looking to add a little life (literally) to your home design, plants are the way to go. Not only do they provide a splash of natural color and texture, but indoor plants have been proven to improve air quality. Give plants a try in your home and see how easy it is to create an elevated look with your next home design project.

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