Houseplants are a lovely way to bring a little of the outdoors in. They clean the air and provide an instant pick-me-up for any spot, shelf or corner in your home. To inspire you, I’m sharing 15 of my favorite ideas for displaying your houseplants.
1. This curvy urn is a beautiful way to display varying shades of African violets. If you cover the dirt with sheet moss, it will help keep moisture in and the plant will reward you with its lovely blooms.
2. These succulents are arranged in an indoor succulent garden. The backdrop picks up the colors present in the plants. Wherever you put them, succulents need direct sunlight.
3. I want my own fiddle-leaf fig tree, and this is why. Look how it can fill and change an empty corner into an instantly satisfying space.
4. Bathrooms are the perfect place to display orchids! They love the humidity and they also love light, so if your bathroom has lots of natural light, you can’t go wrong.
5. Topiaries are another gorgeous way to display plants in your home, and since they don’t demand a lot of light you can put them in the middle of a room with no problem.
6. In a bedroom, try a plant such as a leafy fern instead of a bedside lamp. The pop of green is amazing in a neutral space.
7. This large plant is actually several stuffed into one pot for instant lushness. Standing it on a marble slab adds instant glamour.
8. Instead of displaying your plants in the usual pots, try something new and display them in large glass vases. The layers of rocks, dirt and moss are so appealing to look at! I think this is my favorite idea of the bunch.
9. I adore this display of hanging airplants. Airplants get their nutrients through the air, so no soil is needed. Here, the plants just lay on colored sand in beautiful, clear glass orbs.
10. Here is another succulent garden, this one arranged into tiny dessert environments. Beautiful!
11. Think outside the box when deciding what to display your plants in.
12. Tropical plants like elephant’s ear also grow well in the humidity of a bathroom. The striking foliage really perks up any space.
13. Don’t forget to utilize wall space for displaying houseplants. Trailing plants work especially well.
14. I have one more airplant display for you, since they are so unique. This shows that you really can display them on any medium, even tree bark!