20 Gorgeous Indoor Gardens

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The word “conservatory” conjures images of elegant estates and greenhouses that most people can’t afford. Design You Trust’s advice about adding a conservatory to one’s home gave us visions of glass-enclosed loveliness — and we didn’t want our dreams of lush indoor gardens to end. We found 20 gorgeous gardens that are thriving inside homes, offices, and other interior spaces.

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Feel the grass beneath your feet from the comfort of home.

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A grassy garden median inside a contemporary home.

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Window garden pods that soak up the sun.

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Plants and rocks bring organic design to your boring bathroom.

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These vertical living room gardens do the decorating for you.

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Modular vertical gardening for urban dwellers in tiny apartments. The materials are eco-friendly.

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Fresh greens right where you need them. An organic garnish for your kitchen walls.

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The Cunningham Group in California offers a lush, green getaway for their employees. The garden is nurtured with plenty of natural light, fresh-air ventilation systems, and the surrounding sustainable materials.

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A zen retreat that’s always within reach.

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A garden bedroom inside a Tokyo hotel designed to make you yearn for permanent residency.

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You’ll hardly notice the difference between the outdoors and indoors with this wide-open oasis.

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All eyes will be looking up at this towering indoor patio — bright, cheery, and gorgeous green.

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A peaceful spot for meditation that brings an otherwise uninspired area of the house to life.

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Moss, rock, coral, branches, beautiful.

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London-based designer Pia Wustenberg created an alpaca and merino wool rug that allows people to grow their own moss. “I am fascinated by the resilience and beauty of this family of plants that manages to infiltrate any inhabitable ground — whether urban or rural,” she explains on her website.

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“We love the varying sizes of lily pads. They seem weightless as they float among thousands on top of a pond. We wanted to recreate these layered forms as a ceiling installation. It was important to us that they feel light and organic as they suspend from the ceiling. This overhead garden had guests gazing upward throughout the night.”

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A curvy, mod-inspired seating area with greens aplenty.

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A terrarium chair containing a barrel cactus, exhibited for the Mad about ART + design show at Tribeca Project Space.

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Why just have a garden when you can have a water garden? This one works nicely with the contemporary, floating staircase.

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The Live Screen is a vertical garden, created by designer Danielle Trofe, that uses electric, gravity-driven pumps to water your indoor plants with ease and style.