Architect uses more than 400 plants to turn his home into tiny forest

Architect uses more than 400 plants to turn his home into tiny forest

- Jason Chongue prefers plants to the usual photo frame and centrepiece type of interior design

- His home has more than 400 plants which freely grow inside and outside his house

- His white walls have been washed out by a loud, natural green shade from the shrubs

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There is no such thing as too many plants. This is what Australian architect Jason Chongue believes.

The successful man has no void in his heart because over the years, he has filled his home with more than 400 plants.

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The 32-year-old man who also deals with interior design told Daily Mail Australia that he regards his plants as a style and unique décor.

A walk inside his home will have you tripping over his roots and knocking your head on potted succulents. Despite having limited space both inside and outside his house, Jason has managed to create a miniature forest for himself that has a life of its own.

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Architect uses more than 400 plants to turn his home into tiny forest

Jason's plants are his roommates. Photo: Jason Chongue
Source: UGC

The architect cleverly fitted a see-through roof that feeds his plants with sunlight and the pathway to his home has a clump of shrubs sprouting from either side.

By just one look, anyone could guess the air around his home has an earthly smell that could get you infatuated with herbs.

Instead of the usual picture frames on his walls and dried up table centrepieces, Jason prefers to decorate his surrounding with something he can water and nurture.

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Meanwhile, tycoon Chris Kirubi, who loves his alone time, admitted he views marriage as a form of enslavement or jail.

The father and businessman added people needed to be careful when it came to settling down and advised them to be sure of their decisions whenever they considered tying the knot.

“Marriage is enslavement and you need to be careful. You have to agree to go into slavery, to go to jail,” Kirubi said.
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The Capital FM owner further told comedian Churchill that once a person made the decision to be a slave for the rest of their life, then there is no turning back.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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