Decorate With Fiddle Leaf Fig Trees

Written by Jessica Van Midde on . Posted in Interior Decorating

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Lately, I’ve been obsessing over fiddle leaf fig trees or Ficus Lyrata. I know that these trees have been popping up in design magazines and when looking at spaces using these decorative fiddle trees I’m subconsciously even more drawn to these rooms. These trees are gorgeous and they help finish a room by bringing the outdoors indoor. The Fiddle Leaf Fig tree grows slow & acquires some time too for its height and leaves.

If you like this look you are going to have to wait as it takes time which means to own one of these rare plants you have to have the patience of a saint.

It’s true too that these precious plants also need a little dusting from time to time as well. So you may have to keep that duster handy to keep your plant from missing out on much needed sunlight that tends to get blocked by a thin layer of dust that collects on its leaves.

Below are a few images of some of my favorite designer magazines & blogs that show off Fiddle Leaf Fig Plants Enjoy!!

Via Elle Decor

Tom Delavan via Trad Home

Via Elle Decor

Elizabeth Sullivan

Via House Beautiful

Mikel Larrinaga via Nuevo Estilo

Anna Burke via Lonny

Jonathan Adler via Elle Decoration France

Also, these trees cost and anywhere from $49 to $109 for the 10″ and the 12″ types. I recommend shopping around your local nurseries and ask about care and upkeep.

Happy Friday!
- Xoxo Jessica

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Jessica Van Midde is a San Francisco Bay Area Interior Decorator and Blogger. Follow her on Twitter, Facebook or Pinterest.

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