Plants add beauty, life and happiness to a home in a unique way. A touch of green adds fresh vibes to your home décor and make it lively. Keeping indoor plants not only purifies the air but also adds warmth to your home. They boost your mood, reduce stress and improve overall well-being.
Here are some indoor plants to add instant charm to your home.
It is one of the most common indoor plants that serve as an air purifier & keep diseases at bay. You can keep it in the living room near the side table for green vibes. The areca palm needs bright, indirect light from a south or west-facing window. Water the plant as soon as it gets dried.
The anthurium plant features large, leathery, arrow-shaped green leaves. The red heart-shaped anthurium flowers are sure to enhance your decoration theme by adding a pop of colour. Place your anthurium plant where it will receive light but not full sun. You can also empty your wall frames and fill them with small anthurium plants.
ZZ is another popular houseplant that can survive long periods of low light. It has smooth, dark and beautiful green leaves that reflect sunlight and can brighten up any space. The ZZ plant is also known to remove harmful toxins like benzene, xylene and toluene.
Peace Lily is the first choice of home décor enthusiasts because of its glossy leaves, white blooms and air cleaning properties. It requires medium to low light & only needs to be watered when the top of the soil is dry. Keeping peace lily at home also promotes restful sleep.
Philodendron thrives in the indoor environment. The distinctive leaf looks like it’s been gently cut. The philodendron prefers moderate to bright light. It is advised never to keep split-leaf philodendron in direct sunlight as it can cause brown burn marks on the leaves.
The spider plant is an adaptable houseplant that can grow in a wide range of conditions and suffers from few problems. It has long, thin, arched foliage that is either solid green or variegated with white. They look nice in a hanging basket and produce tiny white flowers on long stems during summers.
Pairing indoor or outdoor plants with décor elements like artwork or figurines are sure to add warmth to your space.