Indoor Plants

Your Private Eden Garden – Indoor Plants that Will Improve Your Interior and Your Life

It is hard to imagine a modern house without even one single indoor plant. Even those who don`t have time and patience to take care of any kind of greenery, try to put at least a tiny undemanding cactus at the computer desk. Even one single plant can be a smart design accent. Greenery can make any space cozy, lively, and create a cheerful home-like atmosphere. It is extremely important for those who live in big cities. Being surrounded by glass and concrete all day long, every person needs to feel at least a slight touch of nature in his life.

At the same time, you should not go into extremes overloading your house with flowerpots. An ill-conceived design will rampant in your home and therefore – your life. It is important to know the peculiarities of every plant as well. You should make sure that every pot is placed in the best place for the plant to flourish and to improve your interior at the same time. Let`s go through the main aspects that will help you to revitalize your interior.

Plants in the Hallway

As soon as you enter a house, you get the first impression of the people who live there. Plants in the hallway create an atmosphere of a cozy house and caring homeowners.

If you are lucky to have a spacious, bright hallway, you may decorate it with massive plants in big pots. A Ficus with its big glossy leaves will create a cozy retro-style atmosphere. Jukka and decorative palm trees can also be a great solution for a hallway fitodesign. 

In case the entrance space of your house is small or dark, you may always use small undemanding plants to decorate it. Fern-class plants love shade and miniature bonsai-trees would be nice decorations if you have any niches or shelves in your hallway.

Ivy is one more original and undemanding design solution. You may place a pot next to the ceiling and decorate a mirror of photo frames on the wall with it.

Anyway, you should remember that even the most shade-loving plants need daylight from time to time. Don’t forget to take them out to the sun at least once a week.

Living Room Fitodecor

The living room is usually the biggest and the brightest in the house. Thanks to that you may use almost any kind of plant to decorate it. You may put shade-loving plants in the corners or those that love daylight – closer to the window. According to modern trends, big fruit-bearing plants are a great solution for a living room. For example, a lemon or orange tree, or even a banana that can bloom for several months. Big plants may be a great design accent in every interior from a classics to high-tech and minimalistic. In case you could not make a clear decision and placed several different plants inside the room, the pots must be also a part of interior design that may connect all the elements.

In case the living room is small, ivy can also be a nice decorative solution. Placing it along the wall and decorating shelves and photo frames with it will bring the desired cozy and lively atmosphere to the room.

Plants in the Bedroom

You should be very careful if you want to place plants in your bedroom. Strong odors may cause headaches, insomnia, and therefore serious health complications in the future. Lilly and Fern are strictly forbidden for bedrooms as they consume a lot of oxygen and produce carbon dioxide.

On the contrary, Aloe is a great bedroom plant. According to it`s life-circle, it produces large amounts of oxygen at night.

Big bedrooms can easily be decorated with big, floor-placed plants. In case you are aiming for Rustic or Cottage Core design, violets and decorative Roses are a great solution. Ivy looks great in eco-styled interior with wicker furniture.

Blooming plants have stepped back in the fitodesign fashion. Small terrariums with succulents are the hottest trend nowadays. They are undemanding, diverse, don`t take too much place. Therefore they are perfect for small cozy bedrooms and give you limitless design possibilities.

Plants in the Kitchen

The kitchen is the liveliest place in the house. At the same time, while planning to place any plants there, it is important to keep in mind that every surface in the kitchen is functional. While decorating the space, flowers should not take too much place or contaminate surfaces.

Windowsill is the most traditional place for plants in the kitchen area. Geranium is a traditional inhabitant of country-styled designs. If you prefer hi-tech or minimalistic style, there is a wide range of succulents or cactuses at your service. Most of them have accurate geometrical forms and look great in minimalistic write or chrome pots.

While placing flowers in the kitchen, you should keep in mind that they might not only be a part of the design. Some plants may be edible. Onion, Melissa, cress, and parsley are perfect kitchen inhabitants. The warm and humid atmosphere in the kitchen is perfect for such simple, nice and useful plants.

Bathroom Plants

The bathroom is the place of relaxation and solitude. Plants can be great companions in this case, but you can still hardly see bathroom interiors with any plants in it. The main reason is the fact that most residential bathrooms are small and it’s physically hard to find a place to place a plant there.  At the same time bathrooms are dark most of the day and humid. Ivy and small succulents are perfect for such areas, but you should remember that even they need to be taken out to daylight from time to time.

Plants are a great solution if you want to revitalize your home decor and bring some freshness to your everyday routine. It is important to remember that plants are alive. You should love them and take care of them. In this case, your small indoor garden will create a unique microclimate in your house please you for a long time. 

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