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Concrete Oasis

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The Barbican Conservatory; A hidden oasis inside the bustling city of London. We spent a Sunday afternoon here looking for inspiration around the trend for bringing the outdoors in. Plants in the home really took off during the seventies and its had a massive revival in the last two years. It’s influence has spanned widely across fashion and interiors. Palm prints, indoor jungles, cacti and succulents; it’s been everywhere! The tropics trend is still going strong. Here’s some snaps from our visit to wet your green appetite.

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Grace and Thorn – Florist and plant shop

Succulent selection box £45

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Emma Warren – Freelance textile designer

Palm print mini notebook £4

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Haus of Hyde – Online homeware retailer 

The hanging planter £12 

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Wilder California – Artist 

Range of Art prints – Prices vary 

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House of Hackney – Home furnishing store 

Palmeral set of two tea towels £35 

So there you have it. Make your home a paradise… 

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