Decorating using interior plants
Having been raised in Puerto Rico, I always were his fond of plants and now living in Cincinnati, OH it a most have in every room of my home. I have always enjoyed decorating using interior plants as they are a great source to add color, texture, rhythm, and freshness to any environment. Because the midwest winters can be severely cold and gloomy, I typically use plants that can survive under low light levels.
Researcher has shown that using plants as decor have many benefits for the environment and our health. Adding a plant to your home or office can help to reduce the stress, bring a feeling of freshness, Improved air quality, increased well-being and help reduce the noise.
Here is are some of the plants I like using when Decorating using interior plants:
Decorating using interior plants: Spider Plants
Spider plant can grow in any conditions and easy to take care. They help to purify the air and are safe for dogs and cats. Using a plant stand will allow you to enjoy the low hanging leaves and sprouts.
Decorating using interior plants: Palms
Different types of palms are prevalent to use indoor. One of My favorites is the Areca Palm; it is the easiest to grow and also purifies the air. The like bright, indirect light, can be on a tight pot and only need watering once a week. Another of my favorite aspect of using palms as indoor plants if the great foliage that help fill empty spaces and can provide a sophisticated element to any interior.
Decorating using interior plants: Bromeliads
If you are looking for the plant that won’t die, consider using bromeliads. One of my favorite aspects of bromeliads is that they are drought resistant. Thus they won't require as much maintenance as other indoor plants. Another significant point to consider about bromeliads is that they can be grown in containers making them very versatile. Use them as a centerpiece when using on a ceramic pot. Paringin different types of bromeliads can produce a rainforest vibe, and because they love the humidity, you can also place them bromeliads on showers.
Decorating using interior plants: Staghorn Fern
It can not get any cool & artsy than having a Staghorn Fern Indoors. Staghorn Ferns can be grown a wire basket or frame, using a ceramic pot like I planted a mine or can commonly grow on pieces of wood, like driftwood, a hunk of bark, or a tree branch. When planted in a container you can use them as centerpieces, or even in place of wall art. The reason i decided to plant mine in a bowl because of it easy to water and fertilize. When the staghorn fern is placed on a piece of wood, you need to bring it somewhere where you can be wet and let it drip dry for at least 30 minutes, making it a time-consuming task.
Decorating using interior plants: Calathea Rattlesnake
This plant is perfect for people who like to decorate wild and pattern lovers. It’s wave leaves are striped with alternating over for dark green and accented bright green and rich purple underside. It’s bushy, and compact growth habit makes this plant ideas to use anywhere that needs a little extra green and tropical feel. I can also be used as a tabletop accent or on a plant stand. The calathea is a perfect house plant due to the simple care, and it’s the ideal plant for beginners. Simple place the plant where it will receive medium to bright indirect light, and water when the top 1-2” of soil feel dry.
Plants are another way to add greenery and feel more connected to nature when decorating your interior space and are a great way to add color, texture, rhythm, and freshness to any environment. You can your creative side mixing containers, which are available in infinite sizes, color, shapes, materials, and price points. You could even get fabricated them yourself!