What are these plants looking for here? Should not you be planted outside, where you can see the sun's rays, feel the wind and rain on your leaves? Could this arrangement even survive without natural light? The space under the staircase should above all serve the practical purpose, e.g. as a storage space or work corner. Do you lose useful storage space because of a small garden indoors?
Today we want to answer these completely legitimate questions step by step. It is true that the area under the staircase can be redesigned. But would she look so effective in the other case?
If you have your own garden or balcony plants and care for them, you can not enjoy their beautiful view all year round, many house owners. But, there are garden arrangements that do well without regular watering and natural light and do not wither.
Eye-catching foyer interior in warm colors
A green Asian-style garden is largely made up of decorative stones and water. Both elements are in conflict, but they complement each other. The arrangement is matched by bamboo pipes framing the garden design. In the background, you can attach individual decoration stones, mosaic stones or gravel.
Bringing nature into the interiors: indoor plants, bricks, grass
How you design exactly depends on your personal taste. To see your creation in the center of attention, you get artificial lighting. Since one could not use solar lamps here, a power source comes into question.
Artfully decorate the space under the stairwell with houseplants in bold colors
Gently splashing fountains would be a great accessory in the home garden. A mini pond is optional, but today's models are very practical. You can even place an artificial pond on the balcony or on the terrace.
Zimmerteich creates a great color effect together with the red plants
Which plant species are suitable for the dark interior under the stairwell? Daylight is not very good here, but if you ask in the garden center, you would find a solution. Depending on the place of residence, indestructible plant varieties are planted with pots, gravel shaped and watered according to the plant species. Some indoor plants get along well without direct sunlight.
Various decorative stones provide variety in the small home garden
Well, how do you like our photo examples? What do you think would such a garden fit into your home? Let us know, we would like to hear from you!
Ferns bring warmth to modern living space
Successful small garden with slight curvature follows the line of the staircase
Large room well with installed lighting effects puts the otherwise poorly lit area in the foreground
Modern design idea with flagstones, bricks and artificial lighting