Ways to Incorporate Plants in Your Home

Written by on January 19, 2020 in Eco-Friendly, Environment with 0 Comments
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There’s no doubt that plants enhance the value of your home and are good for your soul as well. A Google search can help you with thousands of options in decorating your living space with beautiful plants of different sizes.

For small spaces, incorporating plants becomes difficult. Still, you have many options. Let’s look at 6 innovative ways to add plants to your home.

1. Floor Plants

When it comes to decorating, you need a good interior design plan, and adding plants to it can give your living space a new look. Plants are available in a wide range of colors and textures. Look around your home for the empty space, and fill it with good-looking floor plants. It can be an empty corner, space behind the sofas, or even the way to the porch.

However, it’s necessary to note that plants are living things, and you need to take care of them. Water them regularly and add appropriate fertilizers for maintaining the sense of freshness. Also, you should measure the average length of the plant ensuring it will fit in the room without touching the roof.

2. Wall-Mount Garden

This is another creative way to incorporate plants in your home. A wall-mount garden not only helps you enhance the beauty of a space but can also serve other purposes.  For eg. hanging lavender plants to get off stress and negativity in the area. Moreover, you can add a hanging garden in your kitchen. In the hanging pots, plant herbs, which will add freshness and flavor to your cooking.

If you want to add the garden on a brick wall, small planters and screws can help you create an amazing effect. Thus, the interesting pattern can serve two purposes—wall art and cooking aids.

3. Succulents And Cactus Plants

Bringing home plants is easy, but caring for them isn’t, especially when you have a busy schedule. Additionally, it is much harder to keep some of the plants fresh and healthy.

If you haven’t had the greatest luck of keeping your plants fresh in the past, you have many options in hearty house plants. These plants are easy to care for and will reward you with continuous growth. For instance, adding desert plants such as cacti and succulents enables you to bring greenery to your home. These plants are popular for their longevity & strength and are well-suited for environments that are less hospitable. Moreover, the plants work well with modern design approaches. But remember to keep them out of the reach of your pet or emotional support animal.

4. Decorate Bedroom With Ferns

Ferns are amazing air purifying plants, which are perfect for the bedroom. Most ferns prefer indirect sunlight and moisture. Regular watering and doses of fertilizers can help keep them looking good and fresh. You can place these plants on tables and plant stands near the bed. Moreover, they can help in keeping other spaces such as balconies, porches, etc. fresh. Remember, hanging pots dry out faster than the ones placed in the closed space. So, always check the soil and water them properly.

There are several options in ferns available—Boston fern, Kimberly fern, bird nest fern, staghorn fern, asparagus fern, and foxtail fern.

5. Use The Windows

Indoor window boxes and pots allow you to add greenery in your home, especially if you have a small space. It’s also a great option for people who don’t live in areas, which support flowers in summers or winters.

Creating a garden window also enables you to display plants of different types in your living space, making it look beautiful. Hanging plants in the windows can serve the role of curtains. It’s good if you can install a plant shelf, and group a wide range of plants using tension rods.

6. Use Cut Blooms & Orchids

If you have relatively less time for caring for plants, you can go for a short-term solution i.e. adding cut flowers in the space to give it a little life. In addition to low maintenance, cut flowers are affordable, and it totally depends on how you replace the older ones with fresh ones.

Visit a local florist, and buy cut flowers for just a few dollars and decorate your home. But, remember, they won’t last as long as the planted ones do, and need regular replacement. Replacing flower arrangements allow you to change the complete look of your room, kitchen, or dining area by doing little efforts.

However, green isn’t the only option left for you to add to your decorating scheme. Blooming plants can also provide you with the same health benefits as green ones do. Additionally, they allow you to add extra color into any space. Long-standing orchids are widely preferred by interior designers for their bright and colourful silhouettes. These magnificent flowers will definitely brighten your room no matter where you place them.

In conclusion, adding plants to your residential space allows you to spruce up your house with some added health benefits. For corners, vertical areas and other empty spaces, you can use floor plants for enhancing the value of your home. Adding hanging plants is a great option for homeowners who don’t have enough space for placing large plants and pots. Indoor window boxes and pots allow you to utilize the space properly. However, you can design custom shelves for grouping together different plants or you can hang the pots on tension rods tied to the end of windows.

So, there is clearly so much that you can do to redo your living space. Just determine the available space in your home for plants, and turn it into a healthy, inviting space today.

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