trendspotting - plants

It's a green revolution. Plants are taking over rooms everywhere. On our trip to Sweden and Denmark in October I saw evidence of this all over the place but a quick look at Pinterest reveals the same thing. Luckily it's a fairly easy and inexpensive way to totally change the look of your home. I'm hoping the green thumbs out there can help me identify some of the plants below.

ELLE Decoration 0613StylingBilderTrendKråkvikD'OrazioThat first plant with the finger-like leaves - what is it? I absolutely love it. I also like the idea of grouping plants along a bench. (Everything looks better in groups!)

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Pairing real plants with botanical prints is another way to bring a bit of greenery into your home.

d0f051e031deab100b075278a5f4144cThe more plants the better. Piled high on tables, chairs, stools wherever they can catch some light.

il_570xN.364911714_ncb9Does anyone know what plant that is on the right? I think it might be the same plant as in this pin.

b297244e9872bc6be98bf3646498498eI recognize the plant on the left, it's a fiddleleaf fig and is the one on the right a type of aralia? The black wall really makes the plants pop and I like the idea of using mismatched chairs as plant stands.

Image credits:
 1. Siren Lauvdal.
2. Femke Pastijn
3. Mark Bothwick's house from Restoring a House in the City. Photos: Mark C. O'Flaherty
4. Etsy - Tailmore Shop 
5. Home and Delicious