Temperatures are dropping and in most parts of the country, those outdoor gardens will be settling down for a long winter’s nap. That doesn’t mean you have to say goodbye to all your plant friends, however. If you haven’t yet applied your green thumb to the interior of your home, here are 5 ways to get started.
The Conversation Piece
One way to instantly enliven a room and boost its character is to bring in a striking and/or unusual plant. Of course, choosing the right planter is half the battle. Go for something understated that enhances the individuality of your plant.
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Bring Life to those Corners
Perhaps the most overlooked spaces in the home are those lonely corner spots. It doesn’t take a genius to throw some greenery into that nook!
Featured: Modernica’s Case Study Ceramic Bullet with Walnut Stand. Photo courtesy of the Glitter Guide.
There’s more to shelves and side tables than glassware and candles. A small planter is just the thing to bring more personality to a dull shelf. The possibilities are endless – delicate flowers, hardy succulents, or even a tiny wandering vine will do the trick.
Featured: Modernica’s Desktop Cylinder with Walnut Stand. Photo courtesy of Fern Shop Cincinnati.
Go Big or Get Out
Don’t be timid when it comes to your greenery. A large shrub or small tree can find a happy home inside as well as out. Think of it as a living and strictly decorative piece of furniture.
Featured: Modernica’s Case Study Ceramic Funnel with Walnut Stand. Photo courtesy of Stop it Right Now.
Herbs are In
Why not multi-task your indoor garden? Plant some edible herbs to add fragrant ambiance to the home, as well as a tasty addition to your next meal!
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