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Bring the Outside In
According to this year's Pinterest trends, greenery is everywhere–searches for greenery decor are up over 100% from last year. While flower arrangements are always lovely, adding real or faux greenery is a fresh and stunning way to bring the outside in, no matter what season. From delicious eucalyptus to winding ivy, there are countless vines, leaves and shrubs to choose from and even more ways to decorate your house with them. Check out some of our favorite ways to fill your home with green... in every room.Continue to 2 of 15 below.
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Boxwood and Candles
Boxwood is a shrub usually used for holiday wreaths and in gardens, but it's a subtle and resilient plant you should use in your home as well. We love this boxwood pillar candle look that's cozy and calming. A simple glass pillar candle holder and a few sprigs of boxwood are all you need for this look, though we recommend finding a good quality faux version that will last all year long.Continue to 3 of 15 below.
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Adorn Your Mantle
If you haven't already used eucalyptus everywhere in your house, you're about to start. The eucalyptus tree has a very distinct and clean fragrance, so you should always opt to use fresh over fake. Scattering fresh branches of eucalyptus across your mantle is a gorgeous way to add a beautiful burst of greenery to your living space. Keep the rest of the look neutral to really allow the plant to stand out.Continue to 4 of 15 below.
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A Festive Basket Look
If you're looking for a new twist on fall pumpkins, this greenery and pumpkin basket look is a chic way to celebrate the season without going over the top. Any green plant will do for this look, but we love this knotweed version that adds a touch of light color to the piece. Go big and fill a whole basket, or sprinkle white pumpkins and greenery in small arrangements throughout your house.Continue to 5 of 15 below.
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Palm Place Setting
This year, we are all about elephant ear plants and banana leaf, and this place-setting style is an innovative and fun way to use this trendy plant in your home. Nearly any large palm leaf will do, and while you can find great faux versions out there, we recommend heading to your local florist for a few real clippings to achieve ultimate tropical island goals for your next dinner party.Continue to 6 of 15 below.
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Dress Your Bed Frame
Try greenery in the bedroom with this simple fern and ivy garland. You can pick up a faux arrangement at any craft store, just be sure to combine a few different versions for a more realistic look. Whether woven through a bed frame or placed as a table runner, garland is modern and beautiful.Continue to 7 of 15 below.
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If you're feeling a little more adventurous than pillar candles, try this simple floating candlestick centerpiece that your guests will love. Rosemary, fern or magnolia leaves are all great choices for this look–just add water and clean glass wine bottles, and you'll never miss that floral centerpiece.Continue to 8 of 15 below.
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We've been into the succulent container garden look for a long time, but this modernized hanging planter approach really caught our eye. Succulents are long-lasting and easy to care for, so definitely use real plants in each vase.Continue to 9 of 15 below.
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Greenery in the Nursery
Welcome your newest addition into the world with a bright and airy wreath. Fresh eucalyptus or forest fern are great choices for this simple hanging wreath that you can put together in an afternoon.Continue to 10 of 15 below.
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Low Maintenance Air Plants
Copper has been a trendy decor choice this past year, so why not add some lovely air plants to really bring this style into your home? Air plants, like succulents, are incredibly easy to keep alive and can brighten up any space. Just a few copper PVC pipes and some stained wood can recreate this look for any room in your house.Continue to 11 of 15 below.
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A Palm Party
Make any party festive and fun by stringing palm leaves garland-style above the bar. While we love this outdoor tiki feel, recreate this inside your home by stringing elephant leaves above a bar or buffet table.Continue to 13 of 15 below.
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Fill a Lantern
You probably have a few old lanterns hanging around your house (if you don't, they're very cheap at flea markets or craft stores). Repurpose them by placing greenery inside instead of candles. This fern-filled lantern arrangement is perfect for a cozy coffee table or a dinner table.Continue to 14 of 15 below.
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This is a totally simple, but absolutely stunning DIY. Simply attach a few branches of eucalyptus to any hanging mirror and you have a lovely wreath-like display that will inspire you every morning.