UNIQUE WAYS TO DISPLAY THESE LIVING DESIGN ELEMENTS
- Create contrast. The most visually interesting houseplant displays are those with a variety of plant sizes, shapes, textures and growing habits (climbing, trailing, upright). Try different arrangements, swapping plants in and out, until you’re happy with the result.
- Rethink your centerpiece. While a vase of cut flowers on a dining room table is always lovely, a houseplant is a longer lasting alternative. A pot of succulents, for example, adds a classic, timeless look.
- Transform a bar cart. An unused bar cart (or a flea-market find, specifically for this purpose), is a great spot for displaying plants. Plus, you can easily move it if your plants need more or less sunlight.
- Craft a focal point. Clustering plants close together on top of a buffet, a hutch or really, wherever you have the real estate, is a simple way of adding a statement piece to a room.
- Go vertical. Have a bare wall? Install brackets or hang floating shelves, add some potted plants, and you’ll instantly gain depth and dimension.
- Train trailing plants. Use your creativity with trailing plants, such as vines or ivy. Train them around a mirror, across a wall—the options are almost endless.
- Dress up an empty corner. Have an area that simply needs something? A hanging plant, or if space allows, a larger potted plant on the floor, is the perfect solution.
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