The most stylish ways to situate your indoor foliage for maximum visual impact.
On social media, millennials say pets are the new kids and plants are the new pets. Plants are perfect living accessories that could fill up the empty spaces in your place and bring a touch of nature indoors. From hanging plants to large plants like monstera split-leaf plants, they add colors and textures to your space. Not only are plants decorative objects, but they also reduce stress and provide relaxation.
There are numerous types of house plants you can find at local stores and online, from different sizes, shapes, and colors, and sometimes it could be overwhelming to layer your house nicely with plants. Here are some tips on how to layer house plants for your cool, chic indoor spaces.
Some of the plants that add chic, classy, and elegancy to your house are banana tree, fiddle leaf fig tree, aloe, kentia palm, succulents, Boston fern, split-leaf philodendron, and more. And don’t be limited to what’s listed here, because the way you layer your house plants or the kind of planters you use also makes a big part of the decoration.
One Large Plant in The Corner
Often times the corner of a couch, TV, or fireplace is empty or neglected and that is why just one large-size ornamental plant can brighten and bring your house to the next level of the interior.
Faux potted monstera, rubber tree, areca palm, dracaena, white bird of paradise, and umbrella papyrus are some large plants that can bring more colors and textures to the empty corners. Keeping the planters in a simple solid color like white, black, or wood, or abstract designs is the way to make your living room stylish.
Shelf or a Plant Stand for An Empty Wall
If you love to collect small to medium size plants like succulents, air plants, anthurium, asparagus fern, baby toes, echeveria, or Chinese money plants, then consider getting a plant stand or a shelf to put your plants in one place. Keep it simple, similar tone of planters and solid color of the self will give a nice classic, modern, and chic vibe to your house. It doesn’t have to be full of plants, you can put some books, candles, and unique ornaments to make things unique and fun. You can also add a dripping plant or a climbing plant that will fall or grow along the shelf and creates dynamics to it.
Hang Plants in Your Bathroom
Hanging a button leaf or ivy adds a simple yet chic mood to your bathroom. There is only so much space in a bathroom where you can efficiently decorate, and that is why classic, dripping, hanging plants and flowers are good options. They grab your attention to the ceiling and make the bathroom spacious. It also makes the bathroom a pleasant place for visitors, improves the décor, and even the air quality.