my philosophy when it comes to indoor plants is basically “yes please, more is better”. especially if you live in apartment with no outdoor area to speak of. we don’t have a balcony or garden, but i would love to grow herbs in our kitchen – unfortunately it’s a small space that gets no light. also facing the sad fact that we’re running out of sill space for the burgeoning greenery.

that’s why i just love these clever products designed by Linda Bergroth & Klaus Aalto for Kekkilä. that green light is just genius. the nursery shelves and the pot step are also super cool (feels like a DIY idea to steal?) also this lady is clearly having the best time in her flat surrounded by all these amazing plants. i’ll have what she’s having (ahem).

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  1. love her light and airy apartment! so perfect and beautiful. i wish i can tons of plants too as well.

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  3. LOOKS FAB, BUT IF IT WAS MINE THERE WOULD BE COMPOST ALL OVER, A FEW DEAD LEAVES SPREAD LIBERALLY AROUNS, AND, OF COURSE, WATER SPILLED FROM THE WATERING CAN !!

  4. Love these! Any hints for how to order these off their site when I can’t read Swedish? ;)

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