Whether you’re a full-time plant parent or have just started out with a collection of green friends, you probably already know that they deserve a spot in your home. Plants are not only a great way to brighten up your home’s aesthetic, but they also have many practical benefits, such as lowering blood pressure, improving your mood, increasing oxygen levels, and boosting your productivity.
So, are you ready to bring the outdoors, indoors and liven up your aesthetic? If your answer is yes, then keep reading! Here’s a list of things that have worked for us to help you bring more greenery indoors and keep it that way all year long.
Botany plants lately?
It’s not wrong to buy the plants you find most aesthetically pleasing, but if you want to add some pzazz to your interior design, you might want to choose plants that complement your existing furniture and accessories. Since each room in your home has a unique purpose, it’s important to identify the basic elements of each room before deciding how to best incorporate indoor plants into the room’s design. To enliven your bathroom, for instance, try placing some high-humidity plants on the windowsill. And to brighten up those dark corners of your home, be sure to include some low-light plants.
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Pot it like it’s hot!
In the same way that fashion accessories can transform a person, decorative plant pots can do the same and work wonders for your plant babies! Choosing a decorative pot for your plant is a lot like picking out furniture for your home; you can either stick with a specific style or go wild with a rainbow of colours.
Stand up tall!
Have you ever wanted your houseplants to really pop? Get a plant stand! Adding a plant stand to your potted friends will instantly make your plants stand out and enhance the beauty of your home while also providing extra space for your plants to grow into!
Double the fun!
Did you know that you can easily make your room look like a lush garden by strategically placing your plants around your mirrors? With the magic of reflection, placing plants near mirrors is an easy way to make a big impact with little work when it comes to decorating, especially when it comes to enhancing the visual appeal of your rooms.
Thyme for some cookin’
Did you know that the herbs you grow in your kitchen aren’t limited to just cooking? Always remember that you can grow your own indoor garden and add some flavour to your kitchen by placing your potted herbs on a sunny windowsill or along a wall.
There you have it, then! Here are some of our suggestions to help you add a timeless touch of greenery to the interior of your home! Don’t forget to think outside the bloom and experiment with a variety of plants and decorating techniques to find the look you adore the most! And don’t forget to share those gorgeous rooms with us on Instagram by tagging @koko.collective!
Speak soon, loves!