Bring the outdoors in to immediately add life to any room.
Longing for a little indoor greenery, but less than confident when it comes to picking, potting, and caring for house plants? Of course you are! They’ve been all over the internet for ages, so it was only a matter of time before you came after ideas of your own.
So, whether you’re a long-time house plant enthusiast and are looking for fresh inspiration for the new season, or you’ve only just bought your first house plant and are wondering where best to position it, we have an idea for you.
FILL THE TRICKY SPACE
This tall snake plant is great decor in a tricky empty corner. Plus, it requires little attention, so it’s perfect for anyone with a less-than-green thumb.
ABUNDANCE OF GREENS
This greenery could become your favorite part of the living room because it adds so much life and calmness to the room.
Trading a common headboard with the green ones offers a surprise hit of nature that’s especially striking in a neutral space. It can turn an understated room into a minimalist enchanted forest.
This house plants is right at home in a clean, white bathroom. Try one in your master bath for a spa-like transformation.
STILL LIFE WITH MINI SUCCULENTS
Like intricate little sculptures, mini cacti and succulents make an intriguing assemblage. Placed in a a fun-shaped planter is a cute present that is sure to bring a smile.
Let your potted friends chill out on a hanging planter. Achieve a state of harmony with the right amount of tension and weight.
If you require something small to spruce up a desk or cheer up a home office window sill, look no further than a terrarium; the perfect home for small succulents.
HERBS AT HAND
Save your counter space by planting herbs in mason jars, and mounting them near your kitchen. This unique wall decor makes guests green with envy.
ALTERNATIVE USE OF WICKER BASKETS
In addition to making a simple, yet stylish, storage solution, wicker baskets work as a great home for house plants. Rather than hiding storage baskets away, make a feature out of them with some added greenery.
Made of solid steel and containing three perfectly precise flowerpot compartments, this is a versatile vessel that can modernize your area while providing some soothe for your eyes.
Adding an indoor garden to your home is much easier than you thought. Whether you just moved in or are simply redecorating, these ideas are sure to give you some inspiration. Houseplants are fun because they often involve easy DIY crafts and creative expression. Painting a plant holder, building decorative pieces and arranging a flower bouquet are just a few examples of how to make generic indoor plants your own.