Is there anything more gorgeous than a trailing houseplant? Or a plant that’s in the perfect spot that’s aesthetically pleasing but also great for the plant. Houseplants are especially gorgeous when they are full and lush. Styling your plants so that they are happy and eye-catching can be challenging to say the least, which is why I’ve got my four favorite ways to style plants that look great in every home.
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Hang Them From the Ceiling
Hanging your plants from the ceiling is a beautiful way to style your trailing houseplants. Make sure when choosing a spot you pick on with ample light. Your plant will be happier if it is in the right lighting conditions. Here’s a link to the macrame plant hangers I love.
Mount Them on the Wall
There are many different ways to mount your plants onto a wall. I love mounting plants because it makes them more like living art works. To get a set of wall mounts pictured below click here.
Styling plants on shelves is common way to style your houseplants. Everyone has at least one shelf in their home. If you choose to style your plants using a shelf, I want to encourage you to get creative. Add some pillars to raise a plant up higher. Mix and match with tall, short and trailing plants.
There are some really cool plants stands that you can buy from the stores. You can also turn just about anything into a plant stand so get creative.
Styling your houseplants can be challenging. You have to factor in the light conditions of each plant and how that particular plant likes to grow whether it’s trailing or climbing or has a tidy shape. The best tip I can give you is to have fun and get creative.