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Bring the outside in

by Chesca Roberts May 25, 2017

 

Flowers are not the only greenery that we should be gracing our home him, we should be thinking a little leafier if you ask us. Succulents and plants have become the next big thing that brings nature into our homes and whether you are a nature person or not you are bound to love the ideas that we have put together. 

Variety is key when it comes to styling your house with a little bit of Mother Nature's finest and that means mixing up your shapes, styles and textures. For example put spiky with smooth, tall with short, all that jazz. 

The best thing to do when it comes to plants is thinking of unique ways of display them. Mixing the natural world with a more rigid and structured aspect can work perfectly and also bring a modern twist to the decor. Geometric terrarium pots and glass orbs work perfectly when it comes to this. 

Plants are not only something to make your house a little prettier but they also can completely change the space in your home. They can be used to create particans in your home, give concealment to create a quiet area for yourself to give yourself some time away from the hustle and bustle of life.

There are hundreds of reasons why plants are the best new way to shape up your home. 





Chesca Roberts
Chesca Roberts

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Constantly trying not to be the classic "English Lit Graduate" but I'm a blogger.



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