5 indoor plant trends taking over the fiddle leaf fig in 2020
Sick of seeing fiddle-leaf fig trees everywhere? We uncover the latest indoor plant trends that are sure to are find a place in every fashionable interior in 2020.
Cloud House by Robert Plumb Build & Akin Atelier - Architectural Building
The Clouds House in Bondi was designed by Akin Atelier and built by the team at Robert Plumb Build. The project features intricate craftmanship and detail.
Materials: Duro limestone from Eco Outdoor . Spotted gum decking. Concrete bench tops. V-joint panelling. Pots from The Balcony Garden . Planting: Strelizia nicoli. Philodendron xanadu. Aspidistra elator. Archontophoenix cunninghamiana. Syzigium australae. Crassula maxcook. Cycad revoluta. Pants sourced from Exotic Nurseries . Furniture: Eco Outdoor.
Assembly Label on Instagram: “Coastal simplicity • Captured by Sam Riles at the beautiful home of Natalie Fitch, as seen on the journal.”
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Designed by Acre - Munro Street. www.acre.com.au Photo by Derek Swalwell. Construction by Powda. Architect: Planned Living Architects. Operable timber screen and off form concrete wall with softening coastal plant palette
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The epitome of classic style, always, is indigo. Stunning in a coastal context but equally at home in an urban setting, nothing beats this inky hue against a simple white wall. At our Hunter Street Project, the blue works beautifully with a potted plant and front garden greenery and complements the Dulux Weathershield Lyttelton Half shade of white and Spotted Gum timber decking.