Plants are great, they are one of the easiest accessories to add to your decor, they remove indoor air pollutants and they smell nice. An herb garden in the kitchen, a tree in the living room, or an orchid in the entry are great of ways of incorporating mother nature into our homes. Here are some more ways you can incorporate house plants into your decor.
BRIGHTEN A BORING CORNER
This one is probably the most standard ways to use plants in decorating. If you have any areas of your home that are unfilled, then adding different layers of plants can turn it into a whimsical plant sanctuary. Get a large plant or a grouping of two or three plants with some scale and place them in a dingy corner. We especially love how this one incorporates different levels.
GET A CART OR BENCH
Create a little plant shrine by grouping plants onto the same surface. A bar cart or low bench is a great way to carve out a spot specifically for all of the plants in your home. And having them grouped together makes watering a breeze.
A GROUP OF SIMILAR POTS
Try grouping your pots together for more impact. Using a variety of pots makes any plant area look more interesting. Choosing pots that are the same color or style will make a cleaner more organized statement.
USE FRONDS OR BRANCHES
Instead of using an entire plant, why not add a frond or branch here and there? It adds that bit of plant beauty and looks great with bohemian or modern designs. And if you don't consider yourself a green thumb it may be the safest way to go!