How To Light Up Your House: 5 Unique Indoor Plants

A complete interior decor isn´t complete until the last element is set in place: Plants. They can add just the little greenery, nature and life that the ambiance was missing.

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The beauty of things are in the details, add some easy-to-care gems and see your space (and mood) transform.

Air Plants

How to Light Up Your House: 5 Unique Indoor Plants

The perfect choice for those who seek an easy to care option, require very little maintenance, a weekly bath for 10 minutes is enough.

Air plants look great alone as architectural elements or in an air terrarium. Place them in a pot or against a container that goes along fine with his pink flower spike.

Snake Plants

How to Light Up Your House: 5 Unique Indoor Plants

If you think the only type of plant you can keep alive is made of plastic, think again. Snake plant is a very tolerant plant and very hard to kill. Requires very low amounts of light and water, your living room will look better than ever.

Cactus

How to Light Up Your House: 5 Unique Indoor Plants

Cactus never goes out of style, they had a strong moment in 2017 being present in a lot of ambiances, requires almost no water or light to survive and comes in all kind of forms and sizes. Go big with a saguaro cactus in the corner of your living room or smaller with some cute plants on the sidebars of the windows.

Fiddle Leaf Fig Trees

How to Light Up Your House: 5 Unique Indoor Plants

Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree is a way to go if you wanna change completely in ambiance and add a natural side to your living room. They can grow up to eight feet tall, making an amazing sculptural statement in the room.

String of Pearls

How to Light Up Your House: 5 Unique Indoor Plants

The String of Pearls can catch all attention in the room, the big green strings can grow very long and fill the place with some natural colors. In terms of maintenance, you are looking at a plant that needs a lot of light, but minimal water.

 

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