7 Ways to Style Your Indoor Plants - by Gina Ciancio from Style Curator
The love of indoor plants is only gaining in popularity!
And most of us are no longer satisfied with just one or two indoor plants –
rather, people are starting impressive indoor urban jungles where many plants
are clustered together.
The trick to great indoor plant styling is to not only mix up the types of plants
you use but how you display them as well. There’s no shortage of ways you can
do this but we’re going to share our favourite 7 ways to display indoor plants.
1. Ceramic pot
Starting with the most common and most popular option – a ceramic pot.
From matte finish to glazed, in a solid colour or pattern, there’s a huge choice of
ceramic pots on the market today.
How cute is this spotty legged pot from Adairs?!
2. Paper bag
For a more organic shape, we love the look of placing your plant in a washable
paper bag like this one from Freedom.
Available in small, medium and large sizes, as well as a range of finishes, these
suit many interior styles including contemporary and boho.
3. Glass vase or vessel
Glass vases aren’t just for displaying fresh flowers – take a look below to see how
great indoor plants look in a glass vase too.
We suggest this option for when you want the plant to be the hero, such as a
4. Metallic vessel
You know we’re like a Bower bird for all things metallic and that includes pots!
This large round brass look pot adds serious luxe vibes to our bookshelf styling
without the price tag.
5. Hanging planter
You can also find metallic hanging planters – or hanging planters in a dozen
other finishes, including cement, ceramic, or terrazzo.
Hanging planters are a great way to use the vertical space of a room. If
everything in your space is sitting on the floor, consider adding a hanging planter
to draw the eye upwards and take in the larger space.
6. Basket – woven or rattan
It’s hard to miss the basket trend that’s taken over interiors!
From rounded belly baskets to woven baskets (like the one from Adairs we’ve
used below) and even felt baskets, there’s no shortage of ways people are using
baskets to display their plants.
Just be sure to add a plate or another dish inside to capture water that drains
from your plant, as most baskets are not waterproof.
7. Cement pot
Finally, we had to add a cement pot to the list. While cement décor was seriously
overdone for a while, and some people were saying it’s ‘out’, we love the organic
texture of cement which is still a stylish (and in our opinion, timeless) option.
The trick to using cement décor is to pair it with other materials so it doesn’t
What’s your favourite way to display indoor plants? Tell us in the comments
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