Indoor plants are a great way to continue the outdoors indoors. It makes the interiors more breathable, luxurious and comfortable. And it definitely adds colour to the space.
Indoor plants are the easiest way to transform your house into a home. Greenery brings character, texture and energy to a space. If you feel real plants are too time consuming, go for our Artificial Plants and Flowers. They are easy to maintain, no watering and they look and feel so real!
I have compiled some pictures below to inspire us to bring more plants indoors.
Awkward corners? Dress your plant with a decorative planter and breathe some color into the space. I like how the contrasting heights add drama and interest to the small space.
Make a green wall to make your friends green with envy. Have it on a partition wall and hang a variety of plants or near your kitchen with herbs. Make sure there is sunshine.
Display your plants on a simple display stand. Add different heights and varieties of plants to add a burst of colour and character to a corner or window.
I love this idea of plant boxes that act as a room divider as well! The cutouts in the boxes make it so much more interesting. You can have all your plants together and still make it look neat. The subtle green peeking out of the cutouts add the perfect balance of colour for the space. And you can use artificial plants here so you don't have to worry about watering and maintenance.
If there is scope and sunshine, why not line your staircase with plants? This is such a smart and fun idea! Use low height plants, a variety of them in different planters. A simple way to add colour and texture to your stairs.
Kitchen window is the best and most common space to display your greens. Easy access to sunshine and the easiest way to add a touch of beauty in your kitchen.
Can't find the right wall art for your wall? Try hanging plants instead. Works perfect with any colour theme.
Place your plants on those hard to reach levels of bookshelves, cabinets, display units etc. Place a few different plants together for the much needed attention.
Hope these ideas were helpful and inspire you make your own indoor 'jungalow'.
See you next time.