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Green Thumb: The Easiest Houseplants to Keep Alive

The easiest, and prettiest, house plants to keep alive. These are so great for if you are like me and can't take care of plants to save your life but love the liveliness plants bring to a living space.

Love the teal colored lower cabinets and the beautiful Persian rug that adds just the right accent...

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Love the teal colored lower cabinets and the beautiful Persian rug that adds just the right accent. Never seen a kitchen more actually for meeeee

These indoor varieties are perfect for gardening beginners. Our top ten low-light houseplants thrive in unexpected conditions and are super easy to grow.

10 Houseplants That Don't Need Sunlight

10 Houseplants That Don't Need Sunlight - Leedy Interiors These indoor varieties are perfect for gardening beginners. Our top ten low-light houseplants thrive in unexpected conditions and are super easy to grow.

1 | Wire Planter by Norm Architects (Design Withing Reach, $75+)2 | Iris Planter with Chevron Stand (West Elm, $99+)3 | Modern Wood Leg Planter (West Elm, $109+)4 | POD Aluminum Planter by Pad Outdoor

10 BEST: Modern plant stands (My Paradissi)

Plastic container lid organization system, using office supply file/mail wire mesh or clear plastic holders

What a great idea for storing tupperware! - Utilize thrifty organizers to make over the chaotic space where you stash food-storage containers. A wall file mounted to a cabinet door is an easy solution for separating plastic lids from bases.

Shibori Trend: DIY Indigo Shibori Pillow

Shibori Trend: DIY Indigo Shibori Pillow

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The Plant of 2017: Indoor Olive Tree

The front porch of this Craftsman bungalow faces south, so it receives direct sun during the warmest part of the day. By adding a pergola for shade and using a cool color plant palette, the space looks and feels cooler than it actually is. Diamond Frost, Blue My Mind, Laguna Sky Blue, Frosty Knight and Opal Innocence are the plants included in this friendly surrounding that simply says 'welcome'.

"The front porch of this Craftsman bungalow faces south, so it receives direct sun during the warmest part of the day. By adding a pergola for shade and using a cool color plant palette, the space looks and feels cooler than it actually is.

white hall, black wainscot/ this would be beautiful too with navy.

This design will feature gold (same color as the foyer/entryway) upper walls and a black chair rail featured on the lower portion of the walls) and will be featured in the dining room.

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