Redecorating your indoor areas with only a piece of art, craft, or sculpture has been replaced with plants in the last few years. But decorating with plants indoors is not an easy job. Growing plants is always a matter of luck. Many people are interested in decorating their empty space or living area with plants, but they get disappointed when the plants die in a few days and become trash. However, some people have better luck with plants, and as they are less expensive than high-end art, they are a good choice for decorating.
A few years back, people used to use plants only on their balconies or rooftop. But nowadays they are used for decorating inside spaces also. The idea is becoming more popular with people’s fascination with environmentalism and sustainable living.
The benefits of having plants inside include:
- They make people feel relaxed
- They improve concentration, including enhancing the ability to memorize
- They improve the quality of your air, especially when the outside air is too cold or hot to keep windows open
So what are you waiting for? Organize your indoor area in a more aesthetic way with some plants. You also can fill the empty space of your home with the help of our six stunning indoor redecorating suggestions:
1. Give A New Look To Your Old Pots
We often throw away our old mugs or used pots. Rather than throwing them away, we can reuse them in a beautiful way with different plants. These old pieces will look interesting when filled with a Monstera plant. In recent years, the number of Monstera lovers are increasing due to their beautiful natural pattern and an interesting split of the leaves. They can be found easily in your nearby nursery.
2. Add Some Color To Your White Wall
Are you bored of looking at your white wall and considering painting it a wild color? Before resorting to that, hang some pots on your walls and plant some Pothos, which are commonly known as “money plants.” The plants are quite easy to grow and do not require regular care or sunlight, and they are almost impossible to kill. You also can paint the pots to make them look more vibrant and lively.
3. Arrange Your Workstation With A Piece Of Nature
Nowadays most of us work from home rather than going to an office. You may find yourself sitting in one spot for a long time. To make your home office more vibrant and to enjoy fresh air continuously, decorate with some interesting air plants. The plants can be grown without roots in the soil, and a regular spray of water is enough to keep them alive even in a closed space. The plants will add an elegant yet earthy look to your home workstation. You can also put a small air plant in a tiny sculpture or a piece of driftwood.
4. Create a Green Kitchen
A kitchen is a place where we have to spend time on a regular basis. By renovating the kitchen with some plants it will feel more like a pleasure than a chore to fix dinner or do the dishes. You can also plant vegetables or herbs on your kitchen balcony or windowsill. The kitchen garden will keep the air cleaner, and fresh vegetables are always a healthier alternative than the ones you buy at the store. You can use pots, jars, or old bowls to create the look.
5. Refurnish With Something Green
Rather than buying new furniture, you can improve the look and be greener by giving the old pieces a new style. You can add some shelves to your corner stand or make some pocket shelves beside your bed to grow some indoor plants. The same goes for old chairs and bookcases also; you can paint them and fill them with interesting plants to create a fashion statement. You also can make a small shelf beside your bedroom window and plant a tree with some downward leaves.
6. Give a Green Touch to an Empty Corner
You always can put a tall tree in the center of your living room or beside a sofa. Some also like to decorate with indoor palms such as Kentia Palm, Parlor Palm, Sentry Palm, etc. A tall cactus is also considered an attractive choice. Many people also decorate their center table tops with an oversized plant. The new-look will enrich the view and provide a refreshing vibe.
Indoor decoration without greens almost seems incomplete nowadays. Gardening was only considered a hobby before, but over the past few years, people are getting more interested in decorating their indoor space with plants. In the beginning, the concept was limited to cactus and bonsai, but day by day more varieties of plants are making their place in the indoor area. However, most plants are really easy to maintain. If you clean the pots or change the soil every couple of months, it will keep the plant green and healthy for a long time. Just be careful not to overwater. It will kill the plant and possibly invite bugs to take up residence.