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There are so many ways to style your houseplants. The amazing thing about plants is that no matter where you place them they elevate the space. They offer visual interest all season long and if placed in the right light your plants will grow, thrive and provide beauty for years to come.
The 5 ways to style your houseplants are by utilizing shelves, plant stands, hanging planters, wall mounts and the floor.
When styling your houseplants you will want to consider your plants light needs and the size of your plant. Just because a plant is considered a “low light” plant that doesn’t mean no light. All plants thrive in the proper lighting so be sure to do your research past what the plant tag says.
Look out for cool shelves at all the big retailers and even the goodwills. There’s so many options out there for wall shelves so get creative.
Style your houseplants by putting them on plant stands. There are so many trendy or thrifty stands that you can find for your plants so get creative and do some shopping around.
Macrame plant hangers are trendy especially if you are going for a boho, thrifty design. If you are planning to hang a plant from the ceiling be sure to anchor your hook into a stud or buy a hook that has other anchoring options. Nothing worse than your houseplant falling from the ceiling. Speaking from personal experience. Here are the Macrame hangers I’m currently using.
Wall mounts are a fun way to style your houseplants. Arrange them in any fashion you want and enjoy the view. If you like these wall mounts here is a link where you can get your own!
Keeping large plants on the floor is a must but it doesn’t have to be boring. Pick out a great pot and put it in a space that both you and your plant will love.
The most important part of styling your houseplants is to first be aware of your plants light needs. Once you understand what your plant needs the rest is fun!