Houseplants can do wonders for your home. They can add life, color, and a calming atmosphere to otherwise drab spaces. Check out Houzz's top tips for growing your greenery indoors.
1. Fill dead space with plants.
If you have awkward space or empty corners in your home, consider filling them in with a plant. They'll add a splash of color to an otherwise boring or unsightly area.
2. Use plants to personalize your kitchen.
No paint? No problem. Use colorful flowers and interesting plants to help spice up your kitchen
3. Put them somewhere unexpected
Here's an unexpected tip. Put houseplants in your bathroom. They'll love the moist air and routine steaming they get from the shower.
4. Fill sunny areas with plants.
Fill porches, sunrooms, patios or windowsills until they're positively bursting with greenery.
5. Cluster your plants together
Clustering is good for the plants, as you'll remember to water them all at once and they'll be able to create their own micro-climate. And it's good for your home, as clustered plants are pleasing to the eye.
6. Make every meal feel alfresco
Decorate your table with a beautiful floral arrangement or surround your dining table with greenery. It'll make you feel as if you're dining in a garden every night.
7. Don't sweat it
Most importantly- don't stress. Plants bring a calming and refreshing vibe to your home, so don't override that feeling with stress if you accidentally kill one. As Houzz suggests:“Forgive yourself, and move on.”