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Philodendrons - Houseplants 101: Choosing the Right Indoor Greenery on HGTV
Lemon Button Fern - Houseplants 101: Choosing the Right Indoor Greenery on HGTV
Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree............can grow more than 8 feet tall. Great for indoor use with plenty of indirect sunlight.
A simple way to bring in less permanent color is by adding window boxes. I painted these the same color as the door and window trim for consistency and to allow the gorgeous floral colors to shine through--> hg.tv/y8qd
Soft-Top Construction - Choosing the Best Window Treatments for Your Home on HGTV-hemmed & lined but void of pleats.note the curved rail.ideal for rustic or casual interior
For proper balance, use one dominant color throughout the tablescape. In this dining room, the dominant color in the dinnerware is navy blue. Since the complement to blue is orange, antique floral plates with layered shades of orange, pink and coral are used as well-balanced accents.
Drapery hardware, although often overlooked, makes a big impact on window treatments. When choosing drapery rods, consider those with returns which curve along their ends; this seamless look adds a tailored, architectural touch to windows.