The highly anticipated STM Hot List edition features the ultimate guide to the 100 trends, people and places to set the year ahead. The experts have highlighted the best in fashion, food, venues, events, people and what everyone will be talking about and experiencing in 2019.
Number #14 - Fern Fancy - The fussy and fickle Fiddle Leaf Fig has had its time in the (gently filtered) sun and it's time to make way for the hottest houseplant of 2019 - the humble fern.
Botanical art for your home | Greenery has been one of the biggest interiors trends of 2018, with ever-more creative options being devised to add foliage or flowers to a space.
If you're looking for a unique option for your home or a great gift idea for the green thumb in your life, Leederville retailer Hass & Co Botanics is stocking these chemistry-style glass vessels. The round and conical flask-style glass vessels are perfect as a vase to display a bunch of flowers, for propagating plant cuttings, or - as the Hass & Co team has done using a weeping fig ficus, pictured - they can also be used to create a striking living display.
We are honoured to be featured on the What's Hot page in the Seven Days Magazine December 2018.
Style tip from the editor: "Combine classic and contemporary pieces inspired by stylish European apartments. Don’t be afraid to mix contemporary with traditional. Build your space with beautifully curated designer pieces and items with a personal history. You’ll find the combinations are endless and the finished look will be unique and eclectic"
Habitat Home Feature | October 19 2018
What's hot? Licuala grandis, aka fan palm. These beauties always sell out immediately and are hard to find so we can only get them occasionally. Bird of Paradise, Strelitzia nicolai make an incredible statement plant in a well-lit area giving some serious jungle vibes!