I have seen this idea several times in various ways in magazines, at my daughter-in-law's home, and in catalogs over the past few months....just greenery in glass vases.
Here are a few places I have seen the greenery in glass concept:
|This one is from a recent issue of "Better Homes and Gardens".|
|Here are some ideas from a Pottery Barn catalog.|
|K. also has done greenery in glass...here is the post on her house in Birmingham.|
I used some real greenery and then some fake greenery too in the vignette on the kitchen table.
Although I am a fan of "faux botanicals", when an arrangement is going to be viewed up close, like this grouping on the table, I try to use at least 50% real foliage (and flowers if it is a floral arrangement).
It's a fresh look and very inexpensive.
The living area and kitchen are almost like one space so I carried over the greenery in glass theme over onto the mantle.
|All of this greenery is artificial. It came from Hobby Lobby, Michael's and Dollar Tree.|
The other leaves were individual stems. The monstera leaves were cut off of their stems to be coiled up in the glass vases. They were slipping down so I used double sided tape to keep them in place.