All that's missing are tropical temperatures: Modular lounge "New York" by Giardimo

Tropical industrial: At home in the jungle

Léonie de Montmollin
Zurich, on 24.03.2017

In springtime, the lines between indoors and outdoors start to blur. With its hint of industrial chic, the jungle trend is creeping into interior and exterior living spaces: Ethnic prints, dark wood and plenty of plants are the pillars of this style. Add metal elements to give the jungle look that industrial touch. Use green glass to substitute the odd plant – a great alternative for the those of you who are not blessed with green fingers!

Bambus Fargesia (80 cm)
Bambus Fargesia (80 cm)
1
Cactus Medium (29 cm)
49.50
Serax Cactus Medium (29 cm)
1
A place to dream yourself away. Photos: Jimsch.
Chemistry (26 cm)
Jimsch Chemistry (26 cm)
2
Rhipsalis set of 2 (30 cm)
Rutishauser Blumen Rhipsalis set of 2 (30 cm)
2
Details to perfect the tropical-industrial look: Tablewear and candle pots by Jimsch.
Contrast (40 cm)
Jimsch Contrast (40 cm)
Contrast (14.50 cm, 1 x)
Jimsch Contrast (14.50 cm, 1 x)

Get more green and inspiration for your balcony here:

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When I’m not busy putting together home décor themes or planning marketing activities for Galaxus, I enjoy decorating my home with things I love and starting DIY projects I finish all too rarely. The inspiration I get comes from blogs, magazines and travels. My favourite home living styles: Nautical, Scandinavian and Nordic. 


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