Previously, I had two plants stands in the bay window/sitting area of the dining room,
which were relocated to the master bathroom when I did a little makeover to that room.
This left a bit of a void in this area.
I thought that maybe I would like this space without anything under the vintage shutters,
however, I broke my rule (again) of less is more and decided to fill in those spaces.
My go to space fillers are plants.
I had two Fiddle Leaf Fig plants in two different areas of the house.
They were in different decorative garden containers and they needed obviously to be the same.
So I went shopping.
When I walked into Pottery Barn, the first thing I saw
were the faux Fiddle Leaf Fig trees in baskets.
Perfect! … These baskets were actually the only two in this size left in the store,
so they quickly came home with me.
Love the Fiddle Leaf Fig tree.
At first it was a little trying for me to learn the care and maintenance of these trees.
Through trial and error, I learned that these trees required less water than I was giving them
and spraying the leaves from time to time with a mild soapy water solution kept them healthy.
I added another plant to this room on a side table
that was previously in the master bedroom.
An ironstone tureen with a Peace Lily was placed on the table
along with a transferware pitcher that I purchased in France.
I must say that I have a great number of plants in my home.
I always have. Just love the way they add such beauty and texture to any space,
not to mention, the benefits they give to help purify the air inside the house. A good thing.
Do you decorate your home with wonderful plants and trees?
Hope you had a great weekend. I have been away in Florida visiting my mom and sister.
Have a wonderful, wonderful day!!
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