Plants are an important part of decoration as they bring the nature and the color into our lives while contributing to our physical and mental health by allowing us to connect with our true nature. In case you don’t know how to use plants in decoration, these 15 plant decoration ideas for living rooms can be a source of inspiration.
In a simplistic living room that has clear lines and only a few furniture, decoration may be done by putting various different types of plants all around the room to bring in freshness and tropical vibes.
In a monochrome living room, plants are the best option to bring in color naturally. Plants in different sizes and types can be put into monochrome vases to go with the style of the room.
In a minimalist living room, the motto is less is more. Choose one big, stately plant with lots of leaves to fill the space without cluttering it.
If a living room consists of low furniture throughout, it would be a good idea to use tall, tree-like plants to balance everything out.
A white living room can be tricky to decorate with colors. The fool-proof way of decorating such a room would be using all kinds of flowers and plants in different colors.
6Plant Center Pieces
Plants can also be used as centerpieces on coffee tables. You can either go for a big, bushy plant or combine It with a contrasting small one to design a flow.
With whites and natural, unpainted wooden furniture, a Scandinavian living room is a perfect background for all sorts of plants from short to tall, from bushy to tree-like. Such plants will enhance the natural and comfy vibes of the living room.
Instead of using store-bought pots, you can opt for using hand-knitted pots to put plants in, displaying your craft at the same time. Knitted flowerpots are also great to decorate a bohemian living room.
Hanging plants can be used anywhere in the living room. Using them on top of the dining table instead of hanging lights would be an interesting choice for those who are looking for a change.
Designating an area for plants is a great idea. A comfortable armchair and a dresser full of plants on top would make up the perfect corner for relaxing and quiet reading sessions.
Succulents are small, cute plants that needs low maintaining, therefore, they make the perfect decorative plants for any surfaces form coffee tables to side tables in a living room.
12One Plant Only
If you have one big plant with wide leaves, it is better to keep it in a corner without using any additional plants around to make it a statement object in your living room.
Plant racks are great option to store many different plants in one area to design your own little garden in the living room in an urban lifestyle.
14Plant Paintings and Prints
Instead of using actual plants everywhere, you can use paintings and prints of different plants or leaves to bring color and style to your living room.
It may sound crazy, but you can actually have a small tree in your living room for a plant, bringing the nature directly into your daily life. As the tree starts growing, you can always take it out and plant it somewhere and get a new one for your house, contributing to make the world a greener place.