7 trendy ways to houseplant

Updated: Apr 22

houseplant

Yes, I know ‘houseplant’ isn’t a verb but I don’t care!


I’m a little obsessed with houseplants, as you might have guessed from my post on Fiddle Leaf Fig Trees. I’ve mentioned countless times on Instagram how houseplants are great feng shui as they bring vibrant, uplifting Yang energy into your home and help prevent Qi, or positive energy, from stagnating. They also purify the air, and clean, fresh air is necessary for good feng shui.


Plus, they look fab. There’s no better way to liven up a room than with a splash of green. They can be a point of interest or a feature in your home; they can either soften or strengthen the feel of a room; and they can add a natural, organic element to your decor.

Houseplants have really taken off again in the interior design world, so for your inspiration, here are seven trendy ways that you can houseplant!


1. Concrete pots


Concrete is very in at the moment and it’s not hard to see why. Whether your style is traditional, industrial, Scandi or modern, it’s not hard to find concrete pots to suit your taste and your home.

black concrete pot

Source: @indiestonedesigns


concrete pot

Source: @concrete.concrete


concrete pots

Source: @pot.love


concrete pot

Source: @concretegeometric


concrete and glass pots

Source: @concrete.concrete


marble concrete planter

Source: @urban_decor_homewares


2. Plant stands


I love plant stands because they give height to small pot plants and you can easily make an eye-catching feature out of them. They come in all different designs and heights and are perfect for corners of rooms.

plant stand

Source: @bujnie


plant stand

Source: @blackthing_


plant stand

Source: @bar.copine


plant stand

Source: @hexaldesign


plant stand

Source: @ivymuse_melb


Gold plant stand

Source: @jeremibyaga


3. Terrariums


Create your own little green ecosystem in a terrarium! Whether you have a sealed or open terrarium will dictate the type of plants you can have. Sealed terrariums create a humid environment so you will need plants that thrive in moist conditions, whereas an open terrarium will give you more options. However, in both cases its best to choose small, low growing plants.

Source: @plantbybackwood

Source: @plantbypackwood


terrarium

Source: @ecoterrariums


terrarium

Source: @plantbypackwood


Source: @bitkiaskina

Source: @bitkiaskina


terrarium

Source: @ecoterrariums


Source: @plantbypackwood

Source: @plantbypackwood


4. Macramé hanger


Macramé is a textile technique made using decorative knots. Fashionable in the 70’s, macramé plant hangers are back in all their boho-chic glory. Apparently they’re quite easy to DIY too!

macrame plant hanger

Source: @saigeandskye


macrame plant hanger

Source: @northerntangles


macrame plant hanger

Source: @the_habitacion


macrame plant hanger

Source: @steadyhandcreative_


macrame plant hanger

Source: @the_habitacion


macrame hanger

Source: @teddyandwool


5. Kokedama


Translation – Japanese moss balls. The roots of a plant are covered with a mud cake (no, not the chocolate type) and moss, and then wound with string to create these cute little darlings!

kokedama

Source: @kokedamabycarla


kokedama

Source: @refine.design via @kokedamabycarla


@kokedamabycarla2

Source: @kokedamabycarla


kokedama

Source: @mylittleteacup


kokedamas

Source: @bamka.flores


kokedama

Source: @refine.design via @kokedamabycarla


6. Airplants (Tillandsia)


If you’re anything like me and think you have a green thumb but are constantly proven wrong by the state of your houseplants, then these beauties are for you. No pot or soil needed. All you have to do is dunk them in water one to two times a week. Air plants are fun and quirky, and enthusiasts are getting more and more creative in how they display them!

airplant

Source: @gemsofthesoil


airplants

Source: @diptyshop


airplant

Source: @gemsofthesoil


jellyfish airplant

Source: @emma___kate


airplants

Source: @twotreesbotanicals


air plants

Source: @airplantdesignstudio


7. Aquatic plants


How about a water garden in a jar? I haven’t seen too many of these around yet, but how cool are they! Will they be the next big thing in houseplants? We’ll have to wait and see!

aquatic plants

Source: @haarkon_


water garden jar

Source: @themerrythought


What’s your favourite way to houseplant? I’m feeling the kokedamas and a piece of chocolate cake for some reason 😉


Jem xx




Featured image source: Pinterest

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