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April
25

Indoor Plant Tips

If you're searching for a simple way to add natural beauty to your home and freshen your air, houseplants are an essential addition to your home. Houseplants absorb carbon dioxide and add oxygen to your home's air, working to remove toxins from your home. Our brokers know that having indoor plants also makes your home more inviting and appealing to potential homebuyers.  

However, it can be a little tricky incorporating plants into your home's existing decor. You also need to consider any specific needs for your houseplant, like whether it prefers a sunny or dark space. Here are some of the best spots to display your indoor plants. 

  1. Hang Plants in Front of Your Windows
    Perhaps you're short on floor space or don't have a lot of surfaces to devote to your houseplants. It's possible to add plants to your home without them taking up a lot of surface space. Add a hook to your ceiling or a plant hanger to your wall to hang your plants in front of a window. This is an excellent option for plants that thrive in a sunny environment. Plants with lots of volume and overflowing leaves will also add texture and visual interest to your home. 
  1. Use a Plant as a Centerpiece
    Searching for a fresh look for your table's centerpiece? Turn a houseplant into your dining area's focal point! Make sure to display the plant in a lovely planter or vase that coordinates with the room's existing decor. Or, if you feel like the plant on its own isn't enough, situate it on a decorative lazy Susan or a gorgeous tabletop tray. 
  1. Place the Plant by Your Home's Front Door
    A houseplant is an excellent piece of decor for greeting guests. Not only do houseplants instantly create welcoming decor, but they help remove odors from the air so that your home smells its best. Consider incorporating houseplants into your foyer or entryway decor for the odor-busting benefits and to make potential guests feel peaceful and at ease when they enter the home. 
  1. Situate Plants Around Your Fireplace
    During periods when you don't plan on using your fireplace or if you have a non-functioning fireplace, your fireplace's hearth and mantle are terrific spots for your houseplants to call home. Since a fireplace already adds a cozy touch to your home, make the space even more tranquil with your houseplants. You can place small houseplants and succulents along the mantle. Larger plants placed in decorative planters can adorn the hearth. Consider adding in other nature-inspired pieces, like decorative stones, seashells, and woven baskets, to add more interest to the space. 
  1. Devote a Corner to Your Houseplants
    If you have a free corner that you don't know how to utilize, transform it into an area for your plants. A metal beverage cart fits comfortably in the corner and can coordinate with practically any type of decor. You can use it to hold multiple plants or integrate the plants with other decorative items. Or, add some floating shelves to your corner walls and use them for smaller houseplants and succulents. 
  1. Decorate Your Windowsills
    Add visual interest to your windowsills by using them to hold succulents and small planters and vases. An additional benefit of housing plants with a windowsill is that it can help a room appear larger. Windowsills are a great home for plants that need sunny conditions to thrive. 
  1. Adorn the Top of Your Cabinets
    Cabinets that don't extend to your kitchen ceiling are a convenient spot for housing additional decor; they're an even better spot if you want to ensure that your kids and pets won't have easy access to your houseplants. This is also a fantastic spot for plants with vines or a lot of leaves that you need room to spread out. 

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