Wonderful Ideas Where To Arrange Flower And Indoor Plants

Posted by Min Ayn


If you can’t seem to think of enough ideas where to place houseplants, or the weather is changing outside and you need some improvisation, no problem.
You can still build a lush summer garden inside your four walls, no matter how much living space you have. There are different plant species that do well with a little amount of light and water. This may vary based on which country you are living and the temperature inside the house is another one thing important.
In middle east countries like UAE and Saudi Arabia, the weather is quite anticipated based on heat but people understood the real importance of nature to the health so most of the home plants are place indoors. There are popular plants perfect inside the house in which they don’t require much sunlight like Peace Lily/ Spathiphyllum, Aloe Vera, Bamboo, Devil’s Ivy. 
If having a beautiful home seems nearly impossible given your living arrangements, worry no more! Here are some tips and ideas for the perfect indoor garden.
PLACE IT NEAR WINDOWS/WINDOWSILL
Tiny pots hold delicate herbs basking sunlight in the kitchen, bedroom, living room windowsill. Since the planters are in an area you’d see every day, you would easily remember to water them and look after them on a day to day basis.

ARRANGE IT IN A CORNER OF THE ROOM

Make the most out of a large corner wall,  plus the empty space there will be very lovely by utilizing a wooden planter with beautiful flowers and plants arrangement.

 

PLACE IT AT THE CENTER OF THE LIVING ROOM

Use decorative mason jars as planters or vases and add some vibrant paint to the backboard or keep it raw to add a classy look to the living room area. This is a great way to bring some freshness into your home and add a contemporary vibe to your living space.

tabletop home decor

 

PUT  PLANTS NEXT TO THE SOFA AND CHAIR

The ideal way to decorate your home with small planters in the living room is by putting it next to the sofa or a chair, at the top of an elegant side table. You can easily appreciate the beauty and freshness of things if you are near to them and if plants or flowers are present in the room it can easily boost moods in the atmosphere bringing people positivity and gratifying thoughts.

 

Tapestry | Side Table 

 

FLOWER ARRANGEMENTS BY THE KITCHEN AREA

Decorative Bottles

You have to admit, seeing colorful flowers and green plants inside your home can soothe your mind enhancing your sense of tranquility. Having plants indoors may not only bring a room to life, but it also helps with air quality. Embellish a simple decor by using clear bottles as DIY vases that will let your favorite flower take the center of attraction.

This would look great in a kitchen or dining area too along with those pots, jars, mugs, and bowls. Doing this might increase inspiration for your cooking and get people to have more appetite while they eat.

PLACE IT NEAR THE FRONT DOOR

Ever hear about “First Impression Last”? There is nothing wrong to believe this principle. At home, we don’t consider only our housemates but the visitors as well. Plants and flowers can bring pleasant vibes and the idea of putting the planters near the front door might bring a good impression to people which is very important in building comfort and hospitality.

 

A rustic jar, modified as a planter is a great way to decorate the front door. These Iron vases hand-painted with traditional Indian designs spice things up and you may place it in your lounge, living space, porch, or garden.

SET IT NEAR THE STAIRCASE

The staircase is the highlight of a big house. If you have stairs, this is the most noticeable part of the house especially if it occupies a vast space. This might also be the busiest because this means a bridge to go upstairs. They are not meant to be decorative but they can be furnished with planters so that in some way home feels to be welcoming.

 

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