Plants take over your home – a versatile and inexpensive décor option

Ever feel like your home could use a touch of exotic beauty or that it needs something extra in order to look fresh and comfortable? Maybe plants are the answer to the problem. Plants are an inexpensive and very simple décor option. Use them to decorate the living room, the bedroom, even the kitchen or the bathroom. There’s always a way to beautifully include them in your home.

Plants also add color to a room and they enhance the overall color palette of the room as well as the textures. They are extremely versatile and offer many options, for all spaces and environments. Even so, there are a few interior design rules to follow. For example, choose a plant that matches the style, size and color scheme of the room you have in mind. There are a lot of species to choose from and all you have to do is find the right one.

When placing a plant in a space, take into consideration its needs. Some plants need plenty of sunlight while others do best in the shadows. Some species are particularly suitable for space such as the bathroom because they like humidity. Some are great for the kitchen. And speaking of that, you could grow herbs in your kitchen and use them when cooking. Whatever species of plant you choose, try to make it part of the whole décor.

Published by in Interiors, on August 29th, 2009


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