Mid Century Modern Plant Styling
With its clean look that contrasts sleek lines and organic shapes, Mid Century Modern is the perfect room decor to highlight with indoor plants. tall stems and trunks mixed with bold foliage silhouettes will pair perfectly with a minimalistic designed couch or rounded coffee table. Take a look at our ideas below for more Mid Century Modern tropical plant inspiration.
Interrupt your wide counters and long panels of kitchen cupboards with bold greenery and a variety of foliage shapes. We’ve kept the pots neutral, with a mix’n match patterns philosophy, and invigorated the space by using house plants in many shapes and sizes. From tall Fiddle Leaf Figs and Rubber Tree Plants to shorter Jade Plants and even a lime Pothos.
Vases and pots often have the perfect shape to highlight a Mid Century Mod look in the kitchen. Using colours on the low end of the saturation scale, with neutral hues, we leave room for the flowers and fruit to shine.
You’ll never be lonely with this many plant friends around to relax with. Create a crowd in the living room with an array of indoor plants that create interest and drama. Dark foliage matches the dark wood, and brings the lighter-coloured furniture and accents into focus.
While sipping margaritas with friends, enjoy a colourful display of blooms made even brighter next to simple, minimalistic furniture and decor.
Choose indoor plants with strong silhouettes when mixing them with Mid Century Modern home styling. Broad leafed Monstera are a perfect match, along with tall Snake Plants or a pop of colourful Croton leaves. Dark foliage will highlight the plant’s profile amid your Mid Century furnishings, adding contrasting organic shapes to the room.
A cloud of green creates immediate interest on this table, especially when surrounded by strong lines and angles. This dark green Asparagus Fern drapes and reaches, adding movement and a fresh feel to your gathering.
Keep it simple with a few stems in an eyecatching vase. These Dougherty Glass vases have simple geometric forms but their transparent nature inspires a second look, creating shapes within shapes. Just a few stems will accent these bud vases without overpowering them.
Bring your room to life with indoor plants, contrasting the Mid Century Modern lines with organic shapes that breathe and grow. Form follows function with fresh tropicals dotting your kitchen and living spaces.