Infusing your home with green leafy plants helps to make your space feel fresh and inviting, not to mention they help purify your air and create positive Feng Shui energy. Plants add color and decor to your home, creating a welcoming atmosphere that makes your space feel homey and very cozy. The trendiest plant to add into your home is the fiddle leaf fig, but other great greenery ideas are succulents, air plants and even orchids, especially in the bathroom! If you are looking to decorate your home with plants just for air purification purposes, consider the following plants: red-edged dracaena, snake plant, wax begonia, gerber daisy, golden pothos, gerber daisy, azalea, peace lily, english ivy, boston fern, spider plant, aloe vera and the lady palm. They will not only beautify your home, they will help to improve your home’s indoor air quality. According to the EPA, the average American home’s interior air quality is much more toxic than that of the air outside. This is why decorating your home with plants is the perfect solution, working double duty as a decorative accessory and filtering your air.
Green plants will help to breathe life into any space, especially if the surroundings are white walls, the green will add punches of color. The more plants you have in a space, you will create a jungle-like atmosphere, perfect for a Bohemian style space. Plants can be injected into any room in the home, the kitchen, dining room, living room, bathroom, bedroom, a sunroom, you name it, we have plenty of examples collected for you below. Zen-ify your home and be inspired with these creative looks, and let us know which one is your favorite and why.
There is nothing like working next to plants, but to keep the positive Feng Shui energy, make sure to get rid of dead leaves or dying plants.
Plants can really thrive in a bathroom with the additional humidity. Nothing like taking a shower next to a wall of plants, it can really create a closer connection with nature, not to mention creating a spa-like feel!
Add your own greenhouse into your kitchen! This space is so bright and airy, you could spend the whole day here cooking and tending to your plants. Nature has really been brought into this space between the interior plants and all the windows, blurring the boundaries between indoors and out. Magical, don’t you think?
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