Incorporating foliage and greenery into your home decor is a great way to satisfy anybody’s green thumb. Invigorating and fresh, floral decor adds a natural earthiness and a friendly vibe to any space. In addition, adding unique floral decor to your indoor stylings develops an aesthetic mimicking old 70s chic interior designs. Planted beauties increase the oxygen flow inside your home and, compared to fresh cut flowers, houseplants last much longer, giving you more bang for your buck.
Check out these easy ways for incorporating foliage into your home decorations.
1. Pair Plants With Floral Wall Art
If you’re a beginner with plant care, try out this easy way to incorporate foliage into your home decor. Merge together fake foliage, flowers, and greenery with decorated floral wall art to create an aesthetically pleasing display that pays homage to the great outdoors. Another way to fuse the two elements together is to paste dried bouquets of wildflowers onto canvas. Hang these around your house for a touch of floral chic vibes.
2. Hanging Greenery
Hanging greenery from the ceiling is a great way to save space while also adding a slight bit of lovely foliage into your humble abode. Foliage such as indoor ivy, spider plants, pothos, and jade plants are strong recommendations to place in the high hung pots due to their low maintenance and aesthetic ability. Hanging these plants is a breeze, but make sure they hang low enough so that you are still able to reach them on your feet or by using a chair or small step ladder.
3. Dried Out Plants
If you’re not the kind of person that instinctually has a knack for tending to your plants, don’t fret! Instead of decorating with living plants, use flowers and leaves that are already dead and dried out. Bouquets of dried wildflowers can be hung on a wall or placed on a stand to add precious decor and a unique 70’s flower-child aesthetic to your overall design. These wonderful flower bushels can be purchased already made or can be homemade. You can find directions for a cute DIY dried flower project on Pinterest.
4. Mini Greenhouse
Become the inner horticulturist you are by incorporating foliage into your home decor through a mini greenhouse. Use a premade glass and wood container as a base to start growing your beautiful plant babies. These aesthetically pleasing greenhouses are perfect for individuals who are passionate about gardening but live in areas with harsh weather. With these mini greenhouses, nothing will stop you from growing everything you want in during unfavorable conditions.
5. Shelves Dedicated To Plants
Add a pop of greenery to any wall by adding well-placed shelves dedicated solely to these live beauties. Play with different shelf lengths and spacing to manifest a space with a variety of scale. Add depth by using different plant and pot sizes on the same shelf.
6. Indoor Herb Garden
Incorporating foliage into your household decor can not only add a green thumb aesthetic but can act as a practical tool for your kitchen. Plant some of your favorite herbs and spices into sweet little decorative pots and flutter your kitchen with greens you can use to cook. Another bonus of this worthwhile decor is that smells good too. Planting herbs like thyme, rosemary, and mint will flood your kitchen with heavenly aromas.