If you are looking to cozy up your home, adding a plant can be one of the best things that you can do. Without plants, your interior décor may look just fine — but add one and it can make all the difference in the world.
Plants are great because they introduce an element of nature, which is perfect for ensuring that your space is tranquil and stress-free.
Plants are a great alternative to fresh flowers because they are less expensive and whether you have a green thumb or not, greenery only needs to be watered every now and then. This low maintenance factor and the ability for real greenery to really perk up any space while making it homey and comfor
table is why you should start introducing plants into your home (if you haven’t already). To give you a little inspiration, here are some plant styling tips to cozy up your home:
Plants on shelving
Dotting a few plants of any kind on your shelving can be an ideal way to add some greenery to your space. Typically, small plants such as the Heartleaf Philodendron can complement your shelves; however, any other trailing plant will work just as well. When styling the shelves, arrange the largest items which carry the heaviest visual focus first and then work on the plants. Ensure to leave plenty of room for your plants so that they can shine.
Use plants in your bathroom
A lot of homeowners tend to overlook their bathroom probably because it is one of the simplest places in the house. However, adding a touch of green can soften an otherwise boring bathroom and give it an air of freshness.
The Snake Plant is an excellent option that can help give your bathroom a spa-like décor experience.
Fill ‘em up!
Potted plants such as the Butterfly Palm, the Bamboo Palm and the Livistona are exactly the type of plants you should be using to style your interior if you have tall ceilings. If you also have any dead space or lonely corners in your house, a potted plant can help fill up the space. Some of our bestsellers include the Peace Lily and the Selloum.
It’s important to remember, though, that there should always be sufficient light that can support your growing plant’s developmental needs — so whether it’s the living room, dining room, or bathroom — always check for your source of light. (Check out this link for more plant care basics).