Incorporating Indoor Plants Into Your Living Room Decor

Choose living room-friendly indoor plants. Snake plants, pothos, peace lilies, spider plants, and ZZ plants are popular and low-maintenance. Consider each plant's lighting and care.

1.  Choose the Right Plants

Group plants to add visual appeal. Cluster plants of different heights and types for visual appeal. This looks good and makes caring for similar plants easy.

2. Make Plant Groups

Choose elegant containers to enhance indoor plants. Ceramic pots, woven baskets, and metallic containers might match your living room decor. Try varied forms, sizes, and textures for variation.

3. Use Chic Planters

Introduce plants at varying heights with hanging planters or macramé hangers. This increases floor space and adds movement to the room.

4. Hang Plants Vertically

Set aside a shelf or display for plants. Display your plants on floating shelves or existing ones. Add books, decorations, and tiny artwork for a curated effect.

5. Plant Shelf Or Display

Plant tall, lush plants in corners to fill vertical space. Tall plants like fiddle leaf figs or corn plants can give character to the room.

6. Corner Plants

Position larger plants to divide rooms naturally. This is a great method to divide an open-concept living room or functional zones.

7.  Divide Rooms Using Plants

Choose plant-featured furniture. Examples are coffee tables with built-in planters and side tables that double as plant stands.

8. Add Plants to Furniture

Create a green gallery wall with little potted plants on a wall shelf. This gives the living space a unique, nature-inspired focal point.

9. Create a Green Gallery Wall