I would totally consider having topiary flanking my front doors like this to greet guests:
They also look lovely in simple kitchens against a window:
And this one:
traditional spaces design by san francisco interior designer Fiorella Design
You can have them greet you every time you enter your house:
Aren't these just lovely? Topiary of different shapes and sizes in terracotta pots against shutter windows:
Bigger topiary in your garden to enjoy before your evening nap outdoors...
Topiary of different colours, shapes and sizes laid out symmetrically, flanking the stone sculpture looks gorgeous in this picture below.
You can even consider having them for the centrepiece of your wedding dinner tables. Beautiful.
One thing I've gathered from collating these photos is that topiary looks wonderful against a neutral backdrop - just like any green plant would. But the uniqueness of it's shape helps to give the character that a room lacking texture needs.
Hope you enjoyed this post!