2/05/13 9/06/12 POPSUGAR Living Shopping Guide How to Decorate With Plants 11 Ways to Fall in Love With Indoor Gardens This Season September 6, 2012 by Home 169 Shares Chat with us on Facebook Messenger. Learn what's trending across POPSUGAR. View in slideshow Now that Labor Day has come and gone, it's time to say so long to sweet summertime — and our gardens, as well. So, to ease up on the heartbreak, we've decided to bring our love of the outdoors indoors by focusing our decorating efforts on plants in our home decor. Whether working with faux plants or the real deal, these beauties are sure to quell those garden cravings — at least until next year — while creating some pretty fabulous spaces. Lucky for you, we've hand-picked the 11 most inspiring indoor landscapes and products to help you seamlessly transition from Summer to Fall. When beginning a Summer-to-Fall design transition, it's important to start with something simple yet dramatic. This vertical succulent pannel ($79) is strikingly beautiful and can take the place of a standard painting on any indoor wall. Plus, there's no right or wrong way to arrange the plants, so it's essentially foolproof. vertical succulent pannel $79 from shop.floragrubb.com Buy Now Adding a covetable Bohemian feel to any room, terrariums are, not shockingly, gaining popularity. We're especially loving these open-faced terrariums ($16-$24) for their funky feel. open-faced terrariums $16 from westelm.com Buy Now Add a clean pop of color to your home with these green goddesses. Whether you go for an ivy-covered birdcage ($49-$79), a classic dried boxwood wreath ($30), or a few playful boxwood balls ($15), these items will create a memorable space. ivy-covered birdcage ($49-$79), a $49 from potterybarn.com Buy Now classic dried boxwood wreath $30 from bella-marie.com Buy Now boxwood balls $15 from amazon.com Buy Now Add a punch of pastel to your table with these neon miniplanters ($24 for four). Or make your own with old egg cups; they would look great clustered together with succulents and cacti or placed in your kitchen as an herb garden. neon miniplanters $24 from etsy.com Buy Now Add a little kitch to your decor with this giraffe air plant ($20). The bright yellow color and soaring greenery create a simple but eye-catching piece. giraffe air plant $20 from etsy.com Buy Now Bring in a little Old World charm along with the garden by utilizing the rustic feel of this whiskey barrel planter ($100). Try placing a fiddle-leaf fig tree inside for a twist on the usual planter. whiskey barrel planter $100 from etsy.com Buy Now Add a bit of whimsy to your indoor oasis with a monogrammed succulent planter box ($89). This would look fabulous mounted on your wall, tabled as a decorative centerpiece, or even personalized for party decor. monogrammed succulent planter box $89 from etsy.com Buy Now Take a minimalistic approach with hanging porcelain planters ($120 for three). The clean cream color is sure to make the green leaves pop, creating a dramatic focal point. hanging porcelain planters $120 from etsy.com Buy Now We can't get enough of this vintage milk-glass vessel ($36). Whether you choose to fill it with herbs, a fern, or moss, it will create a centerpiece worthy of praise. vintage milk-glass vessel $36 from etsy.com Buy Now We're currently coveting the gorgeous mix of mirrors, frames, and wooly pockets expertly arranged by decorator Justina Blakeney. For the perfect coffee table, don't forget to fill this rustic wooden bowl ($90) with plants of varying shapes, sizes, and colors. It will leave your guests green with envy. rustic wooden bowl $90 from gumps.com Buy Now Shopping GuideDecoratingInspiration Get Inspired With Our Living Newsletter You're subscribed! Sign Up For Our Newsletter Select topics that interest you Home Food DIY Tech Vegetarian Love and Sex Sign up with facebook By signing up, I agree to the Terms & to receive emails from POPSUGAR.