Benefits of having plants inspiration in your space
Plants bring natural beauty to our living spaces. By creating texture and balance, a room or patio can be transformed into an environment that comforts and welcomes. Plants can do more than look pretty as well. They’ve been proven to reduce stress so well that one glance at a plant lowers your heart rate. They also help clean the air we breathe by absorbing toxins and acting as little oxygen factories. Plants simply make us feel better and can help lower blood pressure and reduce muscle tension related to stress. Plants help us relax and focus, leading to increased productivity, creativity, idea generation, and problem-solving capabilities. Greenery is the best way to add natural color to any space. I try to add as many plants and succulents as I can to my interiors. As much as I love the look of live greens, some spaces just don’t work well for them. Whether the room is too dark with no natural light or just a situation where we are traveling too much and cannot water the plants, sometimes I need to think of alternative ways to add greenery without using actual houseplants. If you do not have the option to have real plants in your space here are a few options that can still add that green atmosphere to any room. Here are five simple ways to in the look of live greens in your space without the hassle of upkeep. Tip number one is to add Textiles. Textiles can Incorporate fabrics that feature natural greenery to add a pop of pattern. Try using palm-inspired items like cushions, curtains, ottomans or even throws Tip number two is to add Artwork. Frame your greenery by using botanical prints and photographs and other decor items. Tip number three is considered a bit old school but is still very vintage wallpaper. You can have a bold range from palm trees to a forest right in your own home. Tip number four is ceramics by using them it brings a mellow vibe to any section of your home ceramic cactus is always a great idea to start with.
We hope you have enjoyed this article. Happy Green hunting!
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