If you’ve just bought a home among those Houses for sale In Fresno, CA, one of the first things you want to do to decorate and enhance the feel of the interior is adding natural foliage. Several studies have shown that plants not only look great in your home, but also bring a number of health benefits, including the ability to improve your mood, improve memory and focus.
Former NASA researcher who is one of the most famous plant studiesrecommends having at least two plants for every 100 square feet of space in your home.
No matter how many plants you bring into your home, these ideas can help you make the most of the natural foliage.
Fill in a cart or an additional surface
You can pick up a cart relatively inexpensively, or use some extra surface that is underutilized and can hold lots of plants to create a beautiful plant shrine.
When you have lots of empty spaces to fill, make fun plant corners by adding plant stands at different heights for a seductive, layered look. Add different types of plants, from small potted plants to long draping plants. Falling foliage makes a room especially memorable.
If you have weird, tricky spaces, consider placing tall plants there, like a snake plant that doesn’t need much attention but creates a nice look and is great for those who don’t have a green thumb.
Vintage china as pots
If you have vintage china or happen to be buying something at a bargain price on a property sale, this can result in a really cool indoor garden by planting succulents in it. Then place the pieces on a side table or, better still, on and in an antique china cabinet.
Herbs in mason jars
Create a unique wall decor in your kitchen while also saving counter space by planting herbs in mason jars and then placing them on shelves or wall-mounting. Not only is it a convenient way to get your herbs, it also makes for a particularly attractive look.
Phalaenopsis orchids in the bathroom
In a bathroom, it’s the perfect place to add a phalaenopsis orchid. These plants tend to offer a very long-lasting bouquet, usually a full month before the flowers fade. They will last longer if you choose one with glossy, firm foliage with only some of the lowest flowers open. Place the pot on gravel in a low glass cylinder to trap moisture that the plant can reabsorb.