Houseplants continue to be “trendy”. Decorating with plants enhances your interior environment and improves the air quality as well. Bringing a bit of the outdoors inside is good for the soul and brings your interior style up a notch.
Large plants are being used as main focal points by many interior designers. They add interest and character to indoor spaces, can soften large walls and are perfect for rooms with vaulted ceilings. The containers as well as the plants, can add style and character to your space and help enhance the mood of the room. “Botanical styling” is all about creating a mood using plants. Fashion and plants can go hand in hand to achieve your desired look. Feature them with artful objects to accent a particular style. The popularity of succulents and air plants being used in unique ways are a great example of botanical styling.
Indoor Plant Care
- Remember to keep your indoor plants clean.
- Wipe away dust with a wet, soft rag or shower smaller plants in the sink or bath tub with room temperature water.
- Showering your plants on occasion will also help reduce any insect problems such as spider mites.
- Avoid fertilizing plants until the days get longer and they begin to actively grow again which is usually sometime in mid to late March.
Put your efforts and creative talents to use in your home or office and reap the benefits of indoor plants! Stop in and check out our selection of foliage plants, cacti, succulents and air plants and get some expert advice too!