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10 Great Ideas To Decorate With Houseplants

Updated: Sep 4, 2019

Are you obsessed with indoor plants? You're not alone! Plants can bring life to every room of your home. Here are some great ideas to make your living space more comfortable, breathable, and luxurious!

10 Great Ideas To Decorate With Houseplants

1. Hanging From The Ceiling

Hanging plants are a great way to make a room look fresh and stylish.

Your room will look like a mini tropical getaway!

2. Wall Mounted Planters

It's time to start thinking vertically!

Wall-mounted pots and vases will turn your plants into living wall art and add a unique touch to any room.

3. A Shelf of Plants

Shelves are the perfect place to showcase your plants.

You don't need custom shelving – a bookcase or a floating shelf in your living room or bedroom will work perfectly!

4. Branches In Water

Rather than using the whole plant, take just a branch and put it in a vase with some water.

This solution looks perfect when paired with a minimalist or bohemian interior!

5. Bathroom Jungle

Bathrooms are fantastic places for houseplants. They tend to be warmer and more humid, exactly what the majority of plants need.

A mini indoor jungle will brighten up even a dark low-light bathroom!

6. Planty Bookends

Here's an unexpected way to decorate with plants!

Hold your favorite novels between some potted foliage, and brighten up your bookshelf with this clever solution!

7. Bushy Drawers

Get creative: think outside the pot!

Turn an old desk into a stylish planter box by tucking bushy plants into opened drawers.

8. Floating Shelf

Floating shelves are great for apartments short on wall space or any home that needs an extra touch of display space.

9. Window Display

Hang your mini garden right in front of your brightest window!

Your sun-loving plants will love this solution.

10. Vines On The Wall

Choose a climbing vine, and your apartment will immediately feel outdoorsy – even if you're living in the middle of a big city.

Use a rack to guide the vine in any direction you want it to grow; keep in mind that it will naturally creep towards the light source.

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