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How to create a plant loving home

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So have you been inspired to buy some plants to create a plant loving home recently? 

With more of us than ever in this current climate working from home, now is an ideal time to start or  add to your plant collection! 

Here are some top tips for you! 

Variety is key..

The essential concept behind any plant purchase is to mimic nature in its form of sizes and colours and enjoy!.

When designing at home, variety is key, like in nature.

The combination of different sizes of plants is the first step in the right direction. For instance, purchase a giant one that goes on the floor and mix it up with some smaller ones.

Try some plant stands and rope hangers to display your plants at different levels.

Make it personal..

Often play around with your pots. Prepare some terracotta, copper, etc. then, mix them up. Add candles and personal object close to your heart.

If you have some old plant pots or teacups, they will be good materials to customise them with paint. 

Best for new home office..

Cacti and succulent plants are our first recommendation. They’re cute and small enough to be placed anywhere 

Some other plants with similar benefits are Sansevieras Trifasciata, snake plants, Philodendron Cordatum, and Epipremnum Aureum, and of course our lovely Boston ferns 

Best for Bathroom..

Who doesn't love the trend for hanging plants that have definitely seen a revival over the last few months! 

The bathroom is the most humid space in your house, implying an ideal tropical condition that certain plants will love.

Aside from ferns and gorgeous Calathea why not mix  it up with some other urban jungle plants? 

  • Succulents
  • Peace lily
  • Philodendrons
  • Bamboo

Best For Kitchen ..

Some little plants like aloes or cacti and succulent plants are perfect for your kitchen. You can plant them in different sizes of pots and display along your kitchen windowsills.

Besides, you can make use of some excess space on, open shelves, top of your fridge, extra worktop or dishwasher!

So, there are many ways to design and maintain an inviting more green home. Also try to be honest with yourself: depending on your lifestyle, a few plants might die, but that’s not the end of the world. It’s just an excuse to get some more!  

Good luck and have a lot of fun!


Thank you for reading and please get in touch if you need any help or inspiration with your plant purchases x


 

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