House FourIndustrial Home Bar, London
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Be box cleverAs just seen, a window box is not just for outside. Here, a series of wooden containers have been wall-mounted to allow plants to spill out over the edges. You could also try reversing the idea (especially if you can’t be bothered to fix your boxes to a wall): place one or more on the floor with a good blank wall above them and plant with climbing foliage instead. You’ll need to attach wires to train the plants along – perhaps to a discreet row of hooks in the wall.A landing with a skylight above or a bright kitchen extension with lots of glass are both good positions for a greenhouse effect. Ask at your local garden centre which climbing plants will best suit the position you have or check the RHS website, which has a good guide to indoor foliage climbers.
Keep it classyThe thin, vertical strips cladding the underside of this bar give the space a real luxe look, especially when paired with a gold foot bar and metallic worktop. It’s an idea that could also be adapted for a statement kitchen island.