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You can never get too many plants...

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Clean lines with a rustic touch

The interiors of this chic flat fuses clean Scandinavian lines with Moroccan influences. We love the big plants and fluffy rug adding life to the monochrome colour palette.

Images: Anders Bergstedt for Entrance Mäkleri

Plant Life

Green indoor plants is a massive trend in the interior world at the moment. Indoor palm trees and Fiddle leaf fig trees are some of our faves, and with this trend more is more!

For more plant inspiration take a look at this post on plants from a few months ago.

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Green and Serene

Even though it is still pretty cold outside it's officially Spring, and nothing says Spring more than green plants! Here are some 'green and serene' images that have been inspiring us this week.

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If you want to bring some new plants in to your home then take a look at our great range of plant pots

Image: Amanda Nelson

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We love this white cabinet containing books, trinkets and some trendy greenery.

Also, as you might have noticed, the books are turned the wrong way around on the shelves. This is something we have spotted more and more in Scandi homes recently - major trend alert!

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Going Going Green...

As I am sure we have mentioned before, one of the biggest interior trends for this year is indoor plant life. Bringing a bit of nature inside can really breath some life into your home. Add a bit of trendy green to your space with perhaps some ivy, cute succulents and cacti or why not a small potted tree.

This flat is a perfect example of how simple yet effective adding some green plants to your home can be. For more inspirational pictures of this trend click here!

Images: Alvhem Mäkleri

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Today's detail is this beautiful cabinet and lush green plant in interior stylist Johanna Laskey's Gothenburg flat.

Both Kai and I have Hendricks Gin bottles in our drinks cabinets as the bottle itself is so beautiful. Once it is empty you can always use it as a vase for a single stem flower.

Image: Johanna Laskey / Tant Johanna