Mon. Jun 27th, 2022

One of the decoration items I use the most when remodeling a space is a houseplant. Decor items that are not too small will liven up and warm your home. You can bring a green effect to your home and connect with nature. Also, the flowering plants will add color to the whole house. In addition, houseplants also act as air purifiers. Indoor plants remove toxins from the air and oxygenate your home during the day.

So how can houseplants help complete the latest decorative trends?

Plants offer endless decoration options. To build a beautiful house, you need plants, a few props, and space. So, let’s take a closer look at these options.

large plant in the corner

Tall large plants look great when standing alone in a corner. Make sure it is leafy, tall and huge. The key to placing plants in the corners is to spread them vertically and horizontally. It acts as a centerpiece and fills in unused corner space in your living room or bedroom. Any flowerpot can be used in this space. But make sure it complements the other decorative items, furniture and wall colors in the room. You can use porcelain pots, sisal baskets or bar carts. Achromatic flowerpots are great and don’t overpower the plants or other items in the room.

Add elegance to your entrance with a terrarium table

Swap your console table with a terrarium table with succulents and cacti next to the entrance so the plants create a welcoming atmosphere. Pretty attractive, right? The terrarium table will amaze your guests the moment they enter the living room. You can DIY or buy a terrarium table. If you don’t have enough sunlight, place an overhead growing light lamp over your terrarium table. It will serve as a tool to help your succulents or cactus grow. It will also serve as a decorative doorway light fixture. Alternatively, put LED growth light strips inside the terrarium table.

vertical planters on the wall

Use to create tall vertical features or hangers to hang flower pots. A freestanding, framed or slanted vertical garden will look stylish if you add it to any space in your home. A vertical indoor garden can also save space. You can grow as many houseplants as you like. All you need to do is use a well-drained container or planter and place the vertical garden near a window that gets bright sunlight. If that’s not possible, buy an LED growing light to give your plants enough light. You can get white LED or multi-colored LED grow lights.

wall art

Don’t misplace the plants in your home or make them think later. A great way to ensure that your plants blend seamlessly with other decorative pieces in your home is to mount them on the wall. Wall hanging plants will look like living wall art. Plants can be mounted on wooden planks and a piece of moss can be placed around the mounted plant. You can also opt for wall-mounted pockets or pegboards. Choose a wall that receives sunlight. It can be direct sunlight or indirect sunlight. Or use growing lights to decorate your lush living room walls. Don’t forget to water and wipe the dirt off the living room walls.

group and control plants

Plants make a great centerpiece for your living room. Choose an unused location out of direct sunlight. Overhead LED grow light lamps should be installed to compensate for insufficient natural light. Make your clusters visually appealing with plants in a variety of sizes, textures, colors, flowers, and patterns. Growers must work cohesively with other decorative pieces and furniture in the room. You can also group them into three to keep things simple.

it’s rap

Decorating your home using plants is easy. Plants come in a variety of shades, colors, textures, patterns and sizes. Also, they are affordable and bring outdoor activities home. Combine other decorative items with plants, shine alone in isolated corners, or add spice to your walls. Don’t worry about maintenance and your ability to care for your houseplants. You can start with resilient plants.

Peter Palladino

Peter Palladino, a business development expert with 10 years of experience in China, continues to write extensive articles covering the topic of emerging markets and ability to attract new business/investment from abroad. He has helped many of them set up offices in China, Japan and the Philippines and has considerable exposure to doing business in those markets. He has experience working in a variety of industries and has provided technical support in topics such as business growth, market expansion, and product development. Currently, he is also an expert on Globalization Pedia, providing technical advice on Chinese EOR solutions for US international businesses. Peter is passionate about family, languages, travel and reading.

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