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No matter what the weather’s like outside, plants can bring an unparalleled freshness into your home. Indoor plants are the soothing balm you need after a long day at work or a particularly frustrating PTA meeting. Wondering how to seamlessly incorporate plants into your home design? Here are our top 5 tips for greening up your home.
Potted plants are the easiest way to get some leafy green into your house. Choose smaller-to medium sized plants for placing on top of furniture, while floor potted plants should range from medium to large. Remember, any room can benefit from a splash of green and some flowers. Don’t be afraid to stick a small potted plant on your bathroom counter or on your
If you’re tight on floor or countertop space, hanging plants are a great way to add some flashy nature to your interior. And because you’re not worried about taking up practical space, you can really go bold with a huge, leafy plant – or two or three! What’s important to remember when you’re hanging your plants is to make sure the plants don’t block your natural light.
Wall plants might not be your most intuitive choice for adding a plant to your family, but wall plants are a welcome addition to the standard wall art fare – posters and paintings. Remember to mount wall plants on a wall that gets some
Outdoor gardens are terrific, but sometimes a small indoor garden can make your life that much easier – and greener! Try growing basil, chives, oregano, sage, or any of your favorite herbs on your kitchen windowsill. With the light from the window and water from the nearby faucet, your little plants will thrive, and so will your cooking.
Indoor fruit trees
Indoor fruit trees are a gutsy addition to any home. Whether you’re drawn towards a bonsai orange tree or a vibrant mulberry tree, these fruit trees are a great conversation piece in the kitchen or living room.
Ready to bring the outside in? The expert team at NB Construction is here to make the transition flawless! Give us a call (323) 424-3514, or reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org