It's a jungle in here! Here's how real people decorate with plants in their home.
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When it comes to being a pet parent and a plant fan, there’s a major internal conflict that can arise. Obviously, you want floor-to-ceiling foliage in your home — that’s your happy place — but the risk of your curious pup or cat getting into something that could make them sick just isn’t worth it.
Though vine plants like pothos look gorgeous in hanging pots that let the foliage tumble downward, what happens if and when you want your plants to grow upward? One TikTok user wanted to find a way to help her stems grow tall that didn’t require building a bulky trellis, and the result is actually really cool.
Wondering how to clean plant leaves? The best method ultimately depends on a few factors, such as the type of plant and leaves and how dirty they are. In some situations, a quick dust-off will do the trick. A dirtier plant might need a little more love and labor (including a trim, while you’re at it).
Houseplants are still having a moment in home decor right now. Just take a look at any interior designer’s Instagram page, and you’ll see more than a few plants featured in their own homes and professional projects.
You’d never buy a sofa without reading reviews first, and you’d never buy a car without taking a test drive. And even though a houseplant is a lower-stakes purchase, it’s important to thoroughly check it out before forking over any cash, too.
Whether you’re looking for fresh ways to make the plants you already have look brand-new, or wanting to incorporate more plants into your home but aren’t sure where to start, these designers have ideas to get you going. Here, six creative takes on showcasing plants at home.
Since apartments don’t generally lend the space for a full-blown garden shed, I had to declutter my tools a bit and get super selective (and creative!) with the garden tools I invested in. Here are all the gardening tools I need in a small apartment, and how I store them.