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Houseplants 101: Choosing the Right Indoor Greenery

From low-maintenance ficus trees to fickle ferns, check out these designer-approved houseplants and our tips for keeping them lush and lovely.
  • Keri Sanders

    Houseplants Guide : Decorating : Home & Garden Television

  • Liesa

    Houseplants 101: Choosing the Right Indoor Greenery : Decorating : HGTV

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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.

The term "break" refers to when the bottom of a drapery panel meets the floor. High-traffic rooms with children and pets are best fit for a 1/4-inch break which leaves the bottom hem of the panel slightly raised above the floor. This type of break makes everyday cleaning much easier since the hem never comes into direct contact with the ground. Formal spaces with low traffic are ideal for puddled drapery breaks in which extra fabric is added along the bottom.

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  • Roz Ptdy

    Luv this idea..perhaps I'll hav beta luck with my orchids:D

  • Susan Barchard

    Light matters so much. If you have exactly what they need you may do well without trying. If you don't you won't succeed no matter how diligent you are about careful watering and food.