Face it, since the pandemic began and you began to spend more time at home, your relationship with inside plants it has become more and more intense. In fact, you have set up such a garden that you no longer know where to put your new acquisitions. In this topic you will discover 6 unusual areas to decorate with indoor plants, the perfect excuse to continue expanding your collection! 😜
1. HANGING FROM THE CEILING OF THE RECEIVER
If you live in a mini flat or have barely any space in the hall, a great way to give life to this walkway is to add a hanging plant. Place it carefully on one of the sides of the console or the shoe cabinet, and make sure that the height is correct so that it does not disturb you in day-to-day life. No natural light? Consider choosing an artificial plant.
2. NEXT TO THE SINK
The kitchen sink area is great for placing a small plant, especially if you have natural lighting or if, for example, the sink is placed under a window. You can also take advantage of this area to install a mini garden with basil, parsley and other aromatic herbs.
3. IN THE BATH OR SHOWER
The humidity of the bathroom is formidable for many exotic plants that are used to living in these types of environments in their natural habitat. Of course, make sure they get the light they need to stay healthy.
4. ABOUT THE TOILET
Although the toilet is not a very glamorous place to say, if you add a decorative plant like a succulent in a pot, it will earn deco points.
5. ON TOP OF THE REFRIGERATOR
Another great idea for decorating with indoor plants is to use the top of the refrigerator. It is a dead zone that we never know how to take advantage of. A tip: Before choosing the plant, measure the distance between the refrigerator and the ceiling and make sure that the plant does not occupy all the space, leaving a few centimeters free between it and the ceiling.
6. IN THE LAUNDRY
Above the washing machine or dryer, in a hole in the shelf where you keep cleaning products … If you have a specific area to wash, dry and iron clothes, decorate it with a houseplant to make it more welcoming.
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