House plants are very much back in vogue, for those of you who have recently discovered an interest in them.
So how do you incorporate these lovely touches of nature and greenery into your home?
I love this look. I especially like the fact that the plants are in so many different kinds of containers.
All you need for this look are shelves and the proper light exposure for your plants.
This is an unusual way to include a house plant in your bedroom. But it’s very clever.
Lobster And Swan does a wonderful job of integrating house plants into her home.
Kitchen windows have long been a great place to put plants. They benefit from the humidity of the water being used in your kitchen sink, plus they get lots of light.
Stick plants in corners or odd spaces where nothing else will fit. It helps to “round” out the sharp edges of the room.
Oh, to have a loft with a wonderful old brick wall and plenty of natural light. Swoon.
You could use plants as book ends.
Succulents are hardy little plants that can be planted in a container of rocks.
I like that you can see the added texture of the rocks through the glass too. Adds a dimension of decoration.
I’ve always liked plants gathered together. It makes it easier to water, and they benefit from bring in close proximity by creating more humidity.
Put plants on a cart and you can move them about for the benefit of exposure.
I’ve always thought that yucca plants lend a feeling of elegance to a room.
If you have kitties that like to eat or dig in your plants, you might try a terrarium or bottled water plant.
Even if you think you have a brown thumb, there’s probably something here that you can grow.
And keep in mind, plants take toxins out of the air you breathe. Another good reason to have them in your home.
Here are some low-light house plant that you might try if you don’t have adequate natural light in your home.