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Bench Mark

by Angela Elias
Another trick for raising plants from ground level is to line them up on a bench. The narrow width won't take up much space but will make a huge impact. Check out Emily Henderson's step-by-step tutorial for creating this indoor garden! Photo by Laure
  • Dayana Durgan

    Bri Emery’s New Living Room, designed by Emily Henderson, shot by Laure #interior house design #interior design and decoration #interior design #office design #design bedrooms

  • Emily Bell

    I want the plant pot. Bri Emery’s New Living Room, designed by Emily Henderson, shot by Laure Joliet

  • white owl

    bri emery's (designlovefest) living room #fig #decor #livingroom

  • Treloar Moran

    indoor plant garden - otherwise entitled: why I need an indoor tree to compliment my three zillion orchids!

  • Veronica Marine

    LOVE, always love plants in a window. This reminds me of my last collage apt when I bought a thrift store 60s long, low wood coffee table, placed it below the large living room window with plants, magazines and small items. I also had two pieces of a vintage green 60's sectional sofa up against that coffee table making a "U". Loved that arrangement! indoor plant garden

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