We at Hunker have the privilege of photographing personal spaces. One thing we love to see is how greenery is incorporated throughout various homes, whether it's a simple plant placed strategically upon a high shelf, or where plants play a major role in the overall aesthetic of a home (like here and here). Scroll through for some of our favorite looks, and maybe take a visit to your local nursery this weekend if you feel so inspired.
2. The mix of materials, textures, styles, and the lone cactus plant just works. Oh, and you can stay here.
8. We feel happy just looking at these vibrant plants holding their own amidst the colorful artwork and decor.
9. You might think this is a ficus plant standing quietly in the back. And you're right.
10. Drama and mood set the scene with a eucalyptus plant sitting upon a black shelf.
14. Texture here, get your texture here! In the back is a fishtail palm, on the right is a rubber tree, and, look closely, and you'll see a philodendron monstera. Don't forget that variegated rubber tree on the left. And the ficus stands alone.
17. Mix and match your plants, and put them on a pedestal while you're at it.
20. A fresh eucalyptus plant is a welcome addition to a wood and white kitchen. (Disclaimer, it's my kitchen.) (Also, yes, you do spy some snake plants in the background.)
21. Remember that first photo of the blue chair and plant? Pull out the lens a bit and we see more of that scene. This room gets even better with the tall tree ... and more color, of course.
24. This minimalist Pasadena, California home has an earthy bedroom that gets a pop of life from a tall green plant.
31. Why have a television when you could just sit on the couch and stare at a healthy fiddle-leaf fig tree?
34. We are big fans of any kind of greenery in the bathroom. Here, a eucalyptus arrangement is just so pretty.
37. No clutter here. Just a cute plant. A fern, to be exact.
40. Proof that you don't always need a fancy container for your plants.
42. This sitting area warms up with a big, leafy plant.
44. Kudos to anyone who can keep a plant like this healthy and thriving.
46. If you have a lot of wood and leather, a plant adds a perfect pop of color.
48. Plant stands always look good.
49. Back-of-the-toilet styling.
51. This plant isn't covering the art, it's kind of part of the art.
52. You know what they say: tall plant ... tall ceilings. (Check out this super-cool California geodesic dome.)
53. Green scene on a bedside table.
56. A high open shelf is practically begging for a plant to drape off of it in a dramatic way, like a gorgeous marble pothos.
58. Welcome to the jungle.
59. The black planter next to the leather couch topped with a sheepskin rug is a big yes.
60. Talk about first impressions: This entryway hall is made with pine-strip details, which creates a stunning backdrop for the plants.
62. Love a nice hanging plant in the bathroom.
63. And ... more plants in the bathroom. The greenery against the green tile is so lovely.
64. This feels soothing just looking at it.
66. The owners of this hillside home take creative liberty in displaying their plants in a variety of ways.
67. Keep it minimal, keep it creative, keep it cactus.
69. See? Proof that you don't need much in a bedroom when you have a big leafy plant. Place it on a small table for greater effect.
70. Plants in opposite corners on a wall balance things out.
71. Tall green plant + white walls + slate tile floors = bathroom goals.
73. A plant at the foot of a bed? Why not. Just make sure your covers don't fall off and smoosh it.
74. In a minimal space (or maybe if you don't have a lot of furniture), all you really need is one great chair and one striking, tall plant.
75. Look at this! Little plants in little glass vials, lined up above a headboard.
77. A pretty fern on a bedroom dresser for everyday joy.
78. When you want to serve up some serious desert vibes, you do it like this — with a variety of succulents.
79. A plant within a brown bag within a boho basket just works.
81. Bring nature inside and surround yourself with it.
82. Definitely put this baby in the corner.