Refreshing, calming and bursting with
Give your plants room to breathe
It’s important to remember that houseplants are living, breathing organisms, and as such require a good amount of light and space in order to really flourish. So, when considering where to place them, try to think about not only which room looks the most pleasing, but also where they’re most likely to thrive, keeping them in larger, lighter, more spacious areas, and ensuring that they’re near windows wherever possible.
When you bring plants indoors, you’re infusing your interiors with a splash of nature, so it stands to reason that they should be paired with the right
Don’t overdo it
Less can sometimes be more with interior design, and that’s most certainly the case when it comes to houseplants. The last thing you want is for your home to begin resembling a jungle or tropical rainforest, so be sure to integrate greenery sparingly, dotting plants throughout your abode in such a way as to make them blend in subtly with their surroundings, rather than becoming the focal point or stealing the limelight.
Diversify your plants’
Remember, green isn’t the only
Choose the right plant for the right space
Houseplants are known for their calming effects, so some rooms may be better suited to their presence than others. An office space or loft conversion that’s used for working at home is ideal, as is an already tranquil conservatory that blends seamlessly with the garden beyond. Whether they’re alleviating stress or making the home even more soothing, they should be put to good use in relevant rooms.
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