Put a note of natural life in your home and do it with style. Plants are great allies to decorate your home. They add an ideal fresh and natural touch to any room. But they also have many other benefits, more than you can imagine. To begin with, and as they explained to us at school, they help to renew the air in the house, during the photosynthesis process, during the daytime they emit oxygen and capture CO2 and although at night this process is reversed, that is, they consume oxygen. and they emit CO2, they are not quantities, much less enough to be harmful to our health. What is clear is that plants are the ones that, by emitting oxygen, allow our life on the planet, so why not put a little nature inside the house? They are only going to bring us good things,plants purify the air and among other things help us sleep better.
PLANTS AGAINST STRESS
Did you know that in addition to filling the interiors with life and color, there are plants that purify the air, which translates into toxin e environments that promote rest and, therefore, free us from part of stress and anxiety? Discover in this link the plants that reduce stress and that you can start incorporating into the decoration of your home.
REDUCE YOUR CARBON FOOTPRINT
It seems that there are several plants that are excellent at absorbing CO2 and favoring the cleanest and most purified environments. In the study that we show you below, you will discover amazing data, such as that the most effective indoor plant to reduce the carbon footprint is the prayer plant, that 8 of the 10 plants studied were able to eliminate more than 10% of CO2 in 24 hours, Or that the plant that reduces its carbon footprint the least is tape!
Plants are an ally to combat stress, work better, breathe fresh air and increase well-being both in our work corner at home and in the office.
1- MY TROPICAL CORNER
Decorate the house with plants
Let your imagination fly and travel to the Amazon rainforest or North Africa. Decorate a home area with bold and bright colors; natural materials and many plants. Choose textiles or a wallpaper with prints that combine animals and palm leaves, they bring vitality and positivity to the environment. By ManoMano.es
2- A WALL FULL OF LIFE
Glass vases on the wall with plants
The walls are part of our home and many times they are the great forgotten. If you are tired of being empty, decorate them with plants, they will fill your home with life and joy. A simple option is wall vases, they come in various sizes and shapes, like these from Affari. You just have to hang them at different heights, put a little water and place your favorite plant.
3- USE PLANTS AS ROOM DIVIDERS
This trick is great if you live in a studio or an ‘all-in-one’ apartment, since large plants, in addition to decorating, can act as room dividers to separate the bedroom from the work area, or the living room from the dining room . It will help you to choose tall and stylish planters.
4- PUT PLANTS IN UNUSUAL PLACES
Wooden desk decorated with plants
Take advantage of those little corners where no furniture fits to add your superplants. Remember that you have a lot of options: there are higher, lower, more exuberant, simpler … You can also play to place them at different levels with the help of flowerpots and stools and set up a mini garden of the most instagrammable.
5- LOVERS OF NATURE
Fiber cactus-shaped flower pots
Choose original and different pots. The wicker or rattan ones are a good option when decorating, giving warmth and charm to any space in the house. They are made by hand, are resistant, do not weigh and combine with all decorative styles. These cactus shaped ones are from Decowood.
6- TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE FREE SPACE IN THE BATHROOM
Modern triplex modern bathroom with two sinks
Bathrooms are usually the big forgotten when it comes to decorating with indoor plants (although now it has become a viral phenomenon). Alocasias, ferns, anthuriums … take advantage of your bathroom to place one of these plants that need large doses of moisture. The visual spectacle is guaranteed!
7- PLANTS HELP HIDE UNSIGHTLY AREAS
Modern desk decorated with indoor plants
Think of those plugs full of kinked wires, or those little flaws from peeling paint. Large plants are perfect for hiding the most unsightly areas of your home.
8- BET ON HANGING PLANTS
Flat in bilbao dining room with plants
If you have run out of square meters on the ground, hanging plants will be your allies. Does your floor have exposed beams? Well, you know where to hang the plants. You can also install hooks on the ceiling, or place a graceful drooping plant (poto or ivy type) on a shelf.
9- IN FIBER BASKETS
Corner with plants in baskets
In fiber baskets and playing with heights. Place a plant upright on a trunk or box. Accessories, on sale at Sostrene Grene.
10- IF YOU HAVE A BALCONY, YOU HAVE A TREASURE
Balcony with plants and breakfast nook
Take advantage of things that you have at home and do not use, that pouf that is in a corner of the room or that side table that you do not use. Check if you have plants that you can take outside, such as basil or aloe vera. Voilà! You will have a corner full of life for little money.
11- MINI SUCCULENTS GROUPED IN A TRAY
The succulents are resistant and their colors will allow you to create beautiful mini compositions, grouped, for example, on a tray.
12- IN PAPER SACKS
Flower arrangement in paper sacks
Paper bags or sacks without a good choice. Many of these bags are protected inside with plastic in case the water overflows. They are also a good option to cover a vase that is not very shiny. They stick wild, carefree green arrangements on it.
13- AS IF IT WERE KNITTED
Curver Braided flowerpot
Pots that simulate knitted containers. But they are made of plastics.
14- ON THE SIDEBOARD
Sideboard with plants
Different varieties in pot and in a tray on a whole surface.
15- DECORATING A SHOWCASE
Black bookcase with plants
A plant hanging from above. A cascade of leaves.
16- GREEN NEXT TO THE LOOKOUT
Corner with plants in the living room
In a corner near a window or gazebo, in different flowerpots and between a stool that also serves as a seat to contemplate the views as a support for the plants themselves. And what if you accompany the natural green of the plants with a hue in the range on the wall? Jotun signature painting.
17- PLANTS ON THE SHELVES OF A BOOKSTORE
Iron bookshelf with books and plants
On a metal shelf. Because man does not live on books alone. The walls are painted in a very natural neutral tone, from Jotun.
A mix with cactus.
19- IN WHITE AND GREEN
Sideboard decorated with plants
Use the plants to add color to a snowy composition.
20- ALL IN GREEN
Environment decorated with vegetable sheets. Not only natural, but also in botanical sheets.
21- IN GLASS CONTAINERS
Glass vases with green corsages
Mini vases or a bell-type container to create an ecosystem inside. Background wallpaper is the ideal setting.
22- ON WOODEN SHELVES
Plants on wooden shelves
Perfect to brighten up some cubic wooden shelves.
23- VERTICAL GARDEN IN A CORNER
In one corner, an original and discreet vertical garden.
24- UNDER NATURAL LIGHT
Greenhouse with plants
Perfect for a living room decorated like a greenhouse. Wherever there is a bright space, indoor plants will grow bushy. Quick Step wooden floor.
25- GLASS SHEETS
Glass vases with leaves
Simple glass vases with green leaves. Accessories, Very Much.
26- THE GREAT SIMPLICITY OF A TWIG
Corsages in vases on the dining room table. A simple branch brightens up a composition of vases.
27- ON THE TABLE AND ON THE FLOOR
Decorate the house with plants
28- PERFECT FOR ANIMATING WALKWAYS
Staircase decorated with plants and flowers
On a window sill or on a landing, plants put the missing decoration in a corner. This staircase without plants would not be the same.
29- GREEN LIFE IN A “LITTLE BAG”
Plants on the wall
Grow your decor with Life in a Bag, mini organic seed grow kits.
30- MINI GARDEN
Decorate the terrarium house with plants
A very simple way to have fun, relax and reduce stress is by making a terrarium. Wash and dry the container you are going to use well. Lay out a 1-inch layer of gravel or stones to serve as drainage. Add a layer of moss and a layer of soil. Dig a few holes and put the plants in, without the leaves touching the glass, and cover by patting. Add more stones and water with a sprayer, you will have a nice terrarium like this one from H&M Home.