The House of Greens
Tejas Shah & Devyani Gupta
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Intrigue Studio+ Lab has designed a glamorous shower enclosure with patterned wall tiles in rich colours. A small section of the shower area is designed as a dry garden with natural pebbles for the flooring, accent lights and a couple of areca palm planters.
4. Areca palm (Dypsis lutescens)An areca palm invites attention, but only visual. This plant grows to be relatively larger than the others listed here. However, it is structural and easy to care for. Allow this plant its own designated space in your bathroom by the shower, bathtub or the vanity. Care tips: The areca palm prefers a moist habitat and indirect sunlight, although it copes well in low-light and high-humidity conditions. Use well-drained soil and water regularly. Find a landscape designer on Houzz to green up your home
6. Location: DelhiFirm: Intrigue DesignsA super-sized bathroom with a generously-sized shower cubicle and a corner with pebbles and plants to make you feel like you are bathing in the outdoors. What’s not to love?Read here for more tips on decorating a bathroom with plants
Grow some greensGive your humidity levels an all-natural cure with some gorgeous plants. When paired with other humidity-control measures, plants can go a long way in regulating air moisture. Peace lilies, reed palms, English ivy and Boston ferns are some options you can consider to absorb excess humidity (and give your home a fresh oxygen boost).Armed with extraordinary air-purifying qualities, these plants take to the Indian climate like fish to water