Nature enthusiasts and interior decorators alike know that having greenery indoors adds a certain exuberant quality to your home that no other interior design element can come close to. We could all benefit from adding a house plant or two, but just having scattered pots of flowers doesn't constitute an indoor garden. So what exactly does? Well, that all comes down to your taste and approach. There's an original and artistic way to tackle indoor gardens, and we're going to show you just how!
After reading this list of 10 ways to style up your indoor garden, you'll walk away with distinctive design ideas for any indoor garden style. Whether you follow one piece of advice or all ten, these tips are sure to brighten up your home and your spirits!
Who would have thought that branches and sticks could have a purpose outside of cluttering up our lawns? Well, now you can put them to good use by implementing them indoors!
Take inspiration from this branch that was used as a railing to hang these potted plants. Just be sure that your branch is strong enough for the job–we don't need any broken vases.
These copper and brass containers will spice up any indoor garden. Use coordinating colours for a more uniform fit, and if you can, try to play off of your colour palette.
These shiny materials work wonders when placed up against a soft red backdrop.
When small accents just won't do, go above and beyond and get a big tree with a massive stand and make it the centre of attention!
Who says your plants need to be earth-bound? If you're lacking on space, fixing a collection of plants to the wall is the perfect way to get an indoor garden without taking up floor space.
Get extra creative and add an interesting design that visually connects each plant, like we see here.
Plant stands can add cuteness or class, depending on the material. They also add interesting dimension and let you place plants in areas you might otherwise not be able to.
Asymmetrical plant stands like this are best when you want to recreate the variation in height that you would find in nature.
For the modern, urban garden, whimsical accessories like this are perfect.
Add a bit of light-hearted humor to your space and hang a cluster in the corner or spread them out over a larger area.
The dining room can be a great place for a miniature indoor garden. Just place a few modern terrariums on top and boom! You have a stylish new garden.
And just look at how the greenery complements the deep purple in those chairs! When using this method, make sure your plants enhance the decor already in place.
These cute and delicate mesh nets can turn an ordinary lump of vegetation into an intriguing hanging garden.
Hang them in clusters or spread them out over a single wall. Either way, your guests are in for a real treat when they see these cuties.
Because indoor gardens are deprived of the natural sunlight needed for plants to flourish, you'll want to be sure to get some growing lights to help avoid plant deterioration.
They'll help your plants thrive, and they can give you extra styling boosts when you harmonize your lamps with your plant pots.
This little gem is certainly one of our favourite garden accessories–the teardrop terrarium. These subtle holders provide delicate homes for small plants and are the ideal choice when looking for that astute style. But then again, each of these tips, when customised to fit your personal style, can be used for any styling agenda.
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