The couple’s ever-growing collection of houseplants—many of which Welton purchased from greenhouse sales at Warren Wilson College, where she works as a program director—thrive in the home’s sunny atrium. The greenery, in fact, helped shape the verdant interior palette. “I had to balance my desire for a contemporary house and Anna’s desire for a plant-filled bohemian space,” Smith says.
Taking inspiration from the playful home, we sourced key products—or in a few cases, similar finds—from each room so you can bring the look into your own space.
Add a playful touch to your living space by throwing this tasseled cream pillow on any chair or sofa for an accent piece with an elevated geometric motif.
Sold as a set of three, these hand-painted cement planters could make any succulent pop, especially when paired together. Bonus: They come with a removable bamboo tray.
This classic handwoven basket planter is a fresh, multi-purpose accent that is perfectly suited for showing off greenery. It’s available in small, medium, and large.
This handcrafted pick is perfect for mixing and matching with other pillows or blankets. The colorful pattern not only makes for a fun statement, but it adds a bit of texture, too.
Available in 10 neutral colors, this sink-right-in sectional set comes with an armless chair, two corner chairs and an ottoman. Add some throw pillows and it’s an automatic showstopper.
This long-pile faux fur throw blanket is a luxurious yet neutral pick perfect for lounging. It’s also available in platinum or blush. (47”x60”)
This lantern-inspired table lamp sits on a wooden base and will bring a soft yellow light to your space.
This nightstand is spacious, durable, and its modern splayed metal legs call to mind classic midcentury modern design. Available in eight different colors.
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