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Plants are no longer small but huge and tall, providing shelter.


A new decorative green for our spiritual longings. Join us on a green crusade to comfort our wandering souls_______.

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Free spirits

Wall plaques by Birger Kaipiainen for Arabia, Finland (1960).


A new decorative green for our spiritual longings. Join us on a green crusade to comfort our wandering souls_______.

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Don’t mess with me

The world needs more green, providing a safe heaven for our family.

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Botanical love

Abigail Ahern is one of Britain’s most influential bloggers, and regularly appears in the lists of the best blogs produced by The Times and the Daily Mail. She gives a completely personal twist to greenery in interiors. Her dark colour palette and sense of style with a touch of humour offer the perfect setting for houseplants.

Helping nature grow while she's carrying us

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Bumvases & breastplanters

An ode to Pachamama; Mother Earth. Our safe haven and inexhaustible source of inspiration.

Autumn colours

Autumn greenery encourages a sense of happiness and positivity.

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We want to feel cherished by nature, at ease in our own private jungle

At home with YSL

A true green sanctuary, Yves St Laurent obviously dreamt green dreams in his pied-à-terre in Paris…

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Divine vase

Stunning ceramic vase, hand decorated by Cristina Celestino for BottegaNove.

Green couture

Inspired by the spirit of nature.

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Green sanctuary

Film director and producer Hilton Carter has transformed his apartment into an indoor jungle. He discovered his love of green plants under antler chandeliers sitting in a paradisaical garden café. Carter felt it was a spiritual experience, and want to create his own oasis of greenery. He then bought his first large plant, the fiddle leaf fig. Four years later ‘Frank’ has grown to be the crowning glory of his collection. Together with dozens of other plants, they now make up Carter’s own green sanctuary.

A plant looks up high to see the light, it never looks down to see the shadow

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Bubblegraphy is a series of ceramic vases finished with a haze of soap bubbles. Blowing bubbles in the glaze and dipping the vase into it creates this artistic effect on the outside of the vase. A fabulous container for a plant bouquet.

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Palm oasis

Cycas symbolises a long life: the plant survives ‘the tumult of the years’ and continues growing imperturbably. In Asia it is one of the four ‘holy plants’ which are planted beside temples almost as standard in order to please the gods (the other three are red Camellia, white Camellia and Ginkgo).

Alone with myself The plants bend to caress me The shade hugs my heart

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Holy moss

Moss can survive even in the shady spots where you would think that nothing could grow. These mules are reminiscent of that magical plant.

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Why are there plants I never walk under but large and melodious thoughts descend upon me? – Adapted from Walt Whitman, Song of the Open Road.

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Close to nature

Sculptural leaf decoration for your ears, designed by Silvia Furmanovich.


An ode to the anthurium, floral symbol of hospitality and domestic happiness.

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In the dark,
Found light
Brighter than many ever seen.

Within herself,
Found loveliness,
Through the soul’s own mastery.

And know the world receives
From her dower:
The messages of the strength
Of inner power.
— Langston Hughes