See inside Andrew Rae from Binging With Babish’s new Brooklyn home and studio.
Interior Designer Kyle O’Donnell of Gramercy Design has created a beautiful oasis filled with A&C hanging planters.
For those who haven’t yet discovered Binging with Babish or the Babish Culinary Universe – you can thank us later. The self-taught chef and filmmaker has gained millions of Youtube followers worldwide and for good reason!
His sense of humour combined with his inventive recipes is enough to get you hooked – we sure are!
Andrew opened his doors to Architectural Digest (AD) allowing everyone to partake in a guided tour of his new home. Wait until you see the final result!
We wanted to frame the television with plants. We figured if we put enough plants around the TV it would almost be like we weren’t watching TV.
It’d be like reading a book.
We are thrilled to be part of his new stylish, six story apartment & studio.
The A&C wall of fame is better than we ever could have imagined!
The cluster of Raw Earth Hanging Planters adds an instant freshness to the homely industrial style.
Ready for a tour? What are you waiting for!
Why not take a leaf out of Andrew’s book and create your very own wall of green!
- SELECT YOUR FAVOURITE COLOURWAY
Choose a monochromatic scheme for a seamless design or mix multiple contemporary hues for a point of difference.
- ADD VARIETY
Combine both small and large size planters to add visual interest. Remember it’s always best to cluster in odd numbers!
- TIME TO PLANT UP
Now for the plants. The choices are endless. Andrew has opted for a mixture of plants including, Spider plants (Chlorophytum comosum), variegated Devils Ivys (Epipremnum N’Joys) and Boston Ferns (Nephrolepis exaltata). Still stuck? Here’s a helpful plant up guide.
- NOW FOR SOME HEIGHT
Hang your planters at varying heights to mimic the natural environment.
- TAKE IT ALL IN
Sit back and enjoy your very own indoor jungle.