Indoor Plants in Limited Spaces
You may not have known, but indoor plants placed throughout the house serve a number of benefits:
- The organic green colors in live plants are soothing and mood balancing, and can make any room feel more comfortable.
- All plants naturally work to filter indoor air, recycling carbon dioxide and providing fresh oxygen.
- Indoor plants are one of the most classic and inexpensive home decors, adding texture, variation, and color to all of your spaces.
So, how best can you utilize your living space, especially if it is limited, to experience these benefits of indoor plants? Fortunately, there are a number of indoor plant decor and designs that offer ideal and unique solutions.
A helpful trick for those with more vertical space than horizontal space is stackable planters. Stackable planters allow for compact, indoor growth of flowers and herbs without taking up much square footage.
Indoor Plant Stand
If you want to take advantage of a small area, use an indoor plant stand with multiple levels as a dynamic complement to your other furniture.
A hanging planter is a perfect option for the living room or kitchen, and is ideal for succulents or cacti that do not require frequent watering.
For those struggling with limited square footage, a wall planter offers an ideal solution. Most wall planters can hold five or more pots and make a beautiful addition to any room.
Ideal for countertops, bedside tables, bathrooms and more, mini planters can hold small plants and succulents for pops of color throughout your house.
Don’t hesitate! Use these ingenious solutions to take full advantage of all the space you have with indoor plants, even if it feels limited, and enjoy a greener, fresher, and more modern living space.
By Olivia Turner