5 interior ideas with plants for your living room

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Decorating your living room interior with plants is a great idea. According to Healthline, the benefits of indoor plants include reducing stress levels, increasing productivity, and purifying airflow. Moreover, decorating your living room with plants is a sure and simple way of making the space look bigger and more put together.

Decorating houseplants is easy because most plants go well with furniture, colors, and decorations. In addition, you can choose from plenty of hard-to-kill plants, and this is an excellent opportunity to learn about gardening and a way to add your personal touch to the space!

The best way to organize your living room, according to Feng Shui

The living room is the heart of your home. It’s the space designated for social gatherings and the room you go to when you need to relax and decompress. It makes sense to use this space best. Below are five feng shui tips you can incorporate to improve the look and feel of your living room.

  • Organize the furniture for functionality. Ask yourself your furniture’s primary purpose before buying or rearranging. It will give you a better idea of what type of furniture you need and how to organize it. Other Feng Shui tips include choosing furniture pieces without sharp corners and placing the TV on the north-facing side of the room.
  • Add some color. The paint colors you use will change the look and feel of the space and affect your overall energy. Feng-shui-friendly colors you can use are blue, green, gray, black, orange, and brown.
  • Tidy up. Clutter is typical in lived-in spaces. Taking the time to clean your living room will change how the room looks for the better and affect your mental and physical health. Clean rooms make us feel more relaxed, productive, and happier.
  • Lighten it up. Natural light can make a space look better and can also make you feel more energized. If your living room doesn’t get much natural light, you can use energy-efficient lightbulbs to mimic it. 
  • Remember plants. According to feng shui, plants can add more good energy and life to any space. Moreover, they cleanse the air and contrast well with most furniture and decor. Common house plants you can use are peace lilies, rubber trees, bamboo, succulents, and snake plants.

Best indoor plants for a living room

Any indoor plant will make a great addition to your living room. When choosing the plants, you’ll use to decorate a space, think about the lighting of the room and how much time you’ll be able to dedicate to caring for the plants. 

Low light plants

Plants like aloe vera and fiddle-leaf fig are not great options if your living room gets little natural light. Instead, opt for low-light indoor plants such as English ivy, snake palm, and pothos.

Air purifying plants

Although all plants purify the air through photosynthesis, plants like the bamboo palm, the Chinese evergreen, and the peace lily are known for their air-cleansing properties.

Hard-to-kill plants

If you don’t have a green thumb, some impossible-to-kill plants you might want to use are:

  • Monstera deliciosa
  • Snake plant
  • Rubber plant
  • Any dracaena
  • Pothos
  • Cactus such as aloe vera.

Indoor trees

Trees are the way to go if you have a big living room. Some of the best indoor trees you can choose are the fiddle-leaf fig, rubber plant, yucca, palm, and citrus tree. 

5 ways to decorate with plants your living room

Once you’ve decided what kind of indoor plants you want, it’s time to decorate, there are many ways to decorate a space with plants, from hanging them from the ceiling to using them as a centerpiece. Below you’ll find five ideas for inspiration!

Put them in a pot

You can place small potted plants in different living room areas, like on your coffee table or next to the TV stand. You can get a standing planter or a tall shelf to place them in for larger plants. 

You can also keep plants and flowers in vases, which is an excellent way of adding a splash of color to your living room with minimum effort!

Hang them up

You can place the plants in hanging planters if you have a small living room or limited space. Hanging plants from the ceiling is an interior design trend recently gaining popularity. Whether you go for macramé or vintage hanging planters, your living room will get a modern look and feel. Some of the best plants to hang are the Boston fern, the string of pearls, and any succulents.

Add some flowers

Flowers are great for adding a splash of color to any space. You can pick any colorful flowers you like or any that match your living room’s general style and design. 

Although flowers are often more challenging to maintain than plants, you can use many hard-to-kill flowers. Some examples include begonias, snapdragons, cosmos, and petunias. But you can use some fake flowers instead if you don’t have a green thumb.

Create an indoor herb garden

Aromatics and herbs like rosemary, basil, and lavender will make your living room always smell just as lovely as it looks! The best part is that maintaining an indoor herb garden is not as hard as it may seem. Most herbs are hard to kill, so even if you don’t have a green thumb, you can have a flourishing indoor garden with minimum effort! Plus, you’ll have an endless supply of fresh herbs, which is excellent if you enjoy cooking.

 

Make use of indoor trees.

If you have an ample living room, indoor trees are a great way to use all that extra space. Trees such as the majestic palm, the monstera deliciosa, the rubber plant, and the ficus tree are great options. You can use these trees are centerpieces to add some balance and color to your living room. The best part is that most indoor trees are low maintenance, so you won’t have to dedicate much time to care for them.

Indoor plants and trees are some of the best decor pieces for your living room. They will look great with any furniture, decor, and art pieces you already have. Plus, they’ll add some more life and color to the space. In the comments, let me know how you would use plants to decorate your living room! 

 


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