Green plants are enchanting creatures that refine our world and bring harmony to our home. Plants in the living rooms provide more oxygen and a much better indoor climate. Fresh green plants should not be missing in your home. Whether your home is small or large, if you consider a few factors in choosing house plants, such as their shape, texture, color and proportions, you will soon turn your home into a vibrant and idyllic indoor landscape.
Choose a plant that fits the size of the room where it is placed.
The proportion according to the room is the first thing you have to consider when choosing your houseplant. Choose a plant that matches the size of the room. An overly large plant can overwhelm a small room, while a small plant in a large area appears insignificantly small and therefore invisible. In this picture, the two green plants perfect the beautiful atmosphere in the room.
Consider the shape of your plant and how this shape fills the room.
The shape comes second in the choice of your houseplant. Consider the shape of the plant and how this shape fills the room. It is also important to note whether the plant has pointed or arched leaves and whether they give the atmosphere in the room rather rest or additionally overloading the interior effect. Examples of different plant forms are hanging, columnar, vaulted, pyramidal or vase-shaped indoor plants.
Note that prickly and prickly leaves add more momentum to a large and rather empty room, while round and fine leaves provide harmony and balance to a fully-furnished room.
After determining the size and shape of the green plant, pay attention to the surface of the plant leaves. Are the leaves thick and smooth, spiky and prickly or fine and round? Think about the mood you want to give your room with the texture of the plant. Note that prickly and prickly leaves add more momentum to a large and rather empty room, while round and fine leaves provide harmony and balance to a fully-furnished room. This example shows an interesting arrangement of foliage plants with mixed foliage textures that fit well together in this wide room on the windowsill.
If you like colors, choose a rich hue that can be found elsewhere in the room.
Color is the most noticeable element in the greening of your home. The color has the property of harmonizing a landscape or transforming it into chaos. This applies to the houseplants and also to the vessels in which we put them. If you like colors, choose a rich hue that can be found elsewhere in the room. In this image, the mustard-colored flower pot reflects the color of the nearby designer chair.
Decorate your windowsill in the living room with a range of identical plants and flower pots for a sophisticated and modern look.
Repeatedly use several identical plants and flowerpots to create a pattern or a sequence. This order of green plants gives a feeling of clarity and symmetry. If that suits your taste, decorate your windowsill in the living room with a set of identical plants and flowerpots for a classy and modern look.
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Metal planter with thick-bodied and prickly indoor plants on the windowsill.