Low-Light Indoor Plants You Can Decorate With!

It can be hard to flaunt your green thumb when your trying to add a bit of greenery around the house. One of the key ingredients to a budding plant is sunlight, but, when you’re trying to spruce up the indoors with a bit of the outdoors, you’ll need some beauties that can grow with a low-light option. Then your pride and joy can be sprinkled around your home adding life and breath to any nook. Here’s a list of low-light indoor plants that will give you some great ideas!

1. Bamboo.

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A bit of lucky bamboo can make for a fantastic accent in any room of the house. It will compliment a casual, relaxing and Asian-inspired zones with ease and simplicity.

2. English Ivy.

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English ivy will not only improve the air quality inside your home but create a lush and interesting focal point in any corner its placed in. We love its voluminous look and spirit.

3. Dracaena.

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Bold and a bit modern with its sharper style, this plant looks great in foyers, guest rooms and even inside the home office. It has a more powerful look than English Ivy so its a great choice when you want to make a statement.

4. Arrowhead Vine.

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The leaves of these growing ferns are shaped like arrows, which is where it gets its name. Again, it’s a lush look and can leave any corner of the house looking more refreshed and welcomed.

5. Spider.

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A little dramatic in style, these plants can be hung or placed in a pot down low. They have a bit of a Western feel and can easily be cared for inside.

6. Cactus.

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Succulents of all kinds are perfect little additions to place around the house, especially since they come in all shapes and sizes. Cacti in general is quite easy to take care of as well and add a more unique element than a usual fern choice.

7. Lady Palm.

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Tall and used to create a beautiful, soft focal point, lady palm plants are a great springtime addition, especially if you live by the ocean or in a sunlit setting. But the best part is, these don’t need an abundance of sunlight to survive!

8. Rubber Tree.

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Getting its name from the milky sap it produces, for a more traditional and warming setting, try placing one of these chunkier options in the living room! And with the proper care these trees can easily thrive inside.

9. Snake.

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Some may know this plant as “mother-in-law’s tongue” and others may see it as bad luck, but if you’re not the superstitious type, you may want this more contemporary, leafy stem inside your house for a refreshing spruce!

10. Peace Lily.

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This plant has a bloom, so it’s obviously a favorite of ours as it has the most feminine and cozy quality. It’s also known for its air-purifying qualities, which is a great benefit to you and the family!