The Japanese art form of growing miniature trees in containers for display purposes gradually became popular worldwide thanks to the intriguing and exotic aspect of this practice. Bonsai trees start out as a specimen of source material which is then carefully shaped so that it remains small yet retains its shape. They can then be used as decorative features both inside or outside the house.
This glass structure contains two zones: the greenhouse and the tearoom. They’re both decorated with Asian influences, featuring bonsai trees displayed on the gravel floor or on the window-facing benches. With sunlight pouring through the skylights, the conditions are ideal for growing plants.
A bonsai tree can be a wonderful accent detail for a modern living room. Displayed on a shelf, side table or in a space that allows it to stand out, it can become a subtle focal point designed to induce a relaxing, zen ambiance.
Given the fact that bonsai trees are meant to stay tiny, perhaps the bet place for one could be a small home. This is a floating house built on a boat and the bonsai fits perfectly on the tiny dining table. The proportions maintain the balance and cohesiveness of the décor.
I find the bathroom to be an ideal location for a bonsai tree, especially if the décor is modern and minimalist. This accent features helps rejuvenate the space and gives it a fresh and soothing vibe.
Ever considered using a bonsai tree as a centerpiece for the dining table? It would look really great, especially if the rest of the décor also has a bit of Asian charm. Maybe you can complement it with artwork or a branch chandelier.
Certain types of bonsai trees are also appropriate for outdoor use. In fact, one tree is enough to create a stunning landscape design for your interior courtyard or for the yard. Build a soothing sen garden meant to induce a calm and tranquil ambiance.