When it comes to home decorating, we can find many options like wall art, décor pieces, statement art pieces, candle holders, etc, to add a little character to the interiors. But nothing brightens up a space like houseplants. They add color, natural beauty, texture and energy to our spaces that is quite unrivalled by other decorating ideas.
Read on to find decorating ideas that use houseplants as a powerful tool to style any space.
Turn those awkward corners green
Awkward corners can ruin the décor style of any room. Just add a large plant like fern or snake plant that will fill up that blank space and make it look lively again.
Succulents for surface tops
Keeping succulents in tiny pots is a trend that we absolutely love. You can also keep them in geometric terrariums. Keep them on coffee tables, work desk, kitchen counter, by the window, or anywhere else that you want. They look prim and proper and lend a sophisticated style to your space. For a less formal feel, you can keep them in mason jars.
Buy plant holders that can be hung from the wall. You can find them in many design styles, geometric, fish bowl-style, pots, vase, etc. it will light up your space and instantly add interest.
You can hang any planter from the ceiling of a room. Make sure to assess the weight of the planter you intend to suspend from the ceiling before you decide to install it.
Like a book shelf, install a plant shelf filled with different pots with houseplants. This shelf can also double up as a room divider. Either way, your space will feel like a garden.
Experiment with unique and quirky tiny pots
Tiny plant pots are all the rage these days. Find a few in unique and peculiar designs and club these together on any surface top. Your plants combined with these pots will look like an art collection. Alternatively, you can keep them on different surfaces to act like centerpieces.
Install a sizeable vertical garden
Install a large vertical garden on a blank wall in your living space. It will not only add fresh air but will also look beautiful, adding texture and interest to your space.
Cut out planters on any surface
Cut out your kitchen counter, install a small planter and grow fresh herbs in it. It will not only look beautiful but will also be useful.
If you have a bigger space, then cut out your floor in a rectangular or square shape; prepare it with soil and pebbles for the purpose of a planter. Find a houseplant or tree with shallow root but a comparatively larger canopy and plant it in your floor. This plant will stand out and add a lot of character to your space.
Place potted plants on shelves
Install open wall-hung shelves. These shelves can be arranged symmetrically or otherwise. Place the plants on these shelves to make your walls look less lonesome.
Create your very own plant corner
Find an empty corner in your house that needs decorating. Combine all your plants and place them in this corner. Organize them according to height to make them look more methodical.
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