7 Ways Plants Are Supposed to Look in Your Home
People usually associate plants with boring, old-fashioned, and troublesome. But it’s time for these prejudices to be removed.
In fact, plants are the best decoration around the house and looking good is just one of their many benefits. Such greenery add a pop of colour into the otherwise dull indoor setting, purifies the air and can instantly transform the look of the room.
These are 7 ways that plants could look in your home that you may, or may not know.
1. Quirky Pots
Go for more eccentric pots which can add a sense of quirkiness to your plants. But then again, who says plants have to be in pots? Look around you for inspirations! Try storing plants using household items such as light bulbs, kitchen containers, teacups and many more. Surprise yourself with your creativity!
Orchids are beautiful, brings a pop of colour to your home and require very little water. Hence, they make a very good indoor plant. However, they do need sunlight to grow well so remember to bring them under the sun once in a while!
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3. Plants by the Window
What’s the best place to place your beloved pots of greens? The answer should be obvious enough. The window ledge of course, where there is an abundance of sunlight!
4. Hanging Out Casually
Never thought that plants could be stored this way? Hanging plants is indeed an unconventional way of having plants around the house. It’s an unexpected way to store plants and adds depth to your decor. They are perfect to be hung anywhere, in the living room, in your bedroom or even in the kitchen. Just make sure that wherever they are hung, there has to be sufficient sunlight to keep them healthy.
5. Bathroom Greenery
Not a very likely place to place your plant, but hey, we have to agreed it’s a brilliant idea. It perks up the space and you can even water it conveniently since the tap is just a few steps away. Are you as inspired as us to place a few pots in the bathroom now?
6. Herb Garden
Don’t want to buy an entire packet of basil leaves every single time you just need a leaf or two for your stir-fried basil chicken? Having a herb garden is your solution. Not only this miniature garden renders a tint of fresh air to your otherwise stuffy kitchen, they are really useful whenever you just need a bit of herbs for your cooking. The best part? Just reach out your hand for a few fresh leaves, and they will grow back (with appropriate care of course).
7. Plant A Statement
Probably one of the most classic way to incorporate plants in your home but nevertheless still lovely. Just a single, large plant will do the trick - place it beside the sofa, your favourite armchair, the TV, or even beside your bed and plant a statement now (yes pun intended).
Brighten up your life by injecting bouts of greens around your house and you'll be surprised by how these touches of nature’s green will perk up your dwelling almost instantly!
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