We created indoor landscaping to bring life into our living space. Flowering plants are the most common and most loved by homeowners. It is versatile to fit into a planter, pots and hanging options by the balcony and window.
Sometimes, medium height bushes were chosen to create a pleasing visual effect in the living rooms, family rooms, entrance and even at the corners to soften the edge of the house.
These types of live plants home decoration are known as interior or indoor landscaping. It has been used for decades to create a welcoming and cozy home to many and today, I am going to elaborate in depth of some favorite tips.
There are a few simple points in designing an indoor landscaping. Focal points, spacing, type of pots and containers, colors, sculptural items and the environment.
Choose the right size of plants and flowers according to the space available. The bigger the same the more or bigger plants will be required.
Select a compliment color and design of pots and containers for your plant. It must blend into the color theme of your room to enhance the overall look. For an instance, a fiberglass or metallic pots will bring a contemporary look.
Always look into the environmental factors when placing your plants to ensure sufficient sunlight, drainage, air circulation and water supply. Sunlight is crucial to indoor plants, therefore, considering the type of plants that thrive well in low light, medium light, high light or extreme constant light.
As for the choice of plants, you can pick them according to seasonal, occasion or just some common varieties. Here are some examples of interior landscaping plants that do well indoor.
Parlor Palm and Neanthe Bella Palm are the low light selection require minimal natural light. They survive from the source of light from fluorescent with plenty of water.
A wonderful medium light plant are Laurel Fig and Madagascar Dragon Tree. They are durable and able to withstand man-made drought just in case you have forgotten to water them.
As for Elephant Foot Tree, Miniature Date Palm, European Fan Palm and Clustered Fishtail Palm, they all need a high sunlight area to survive. Unless you have a constant stream of sunlight feeding Queen Palm and Lady Palm, you will not be able to keep them even though they provide such a unique accent to your indoor landscaping.
Fertilizing your indoor landscaping regularly with the right amount is a must. Too much love will kill them so as too little attention. Be prepared for an acclimation period during transplant but it will come around with some care and patient.
Do you know that tropical theme interior landscaping is the most requested design by the homeowner? It is because it simulates the ambience of a warm tropical retreat to rest and relax. Besides that, tropical plants also throw out more vibrant visual effect in term of colors and features. So, why not start off with this idea and venture out from there.