These Haute Houseplants Add Life And Luxury To Your Home

Haute Houseplants
Haute Houseplants

Add a new dimension to your home design with these houseplants and arrangements.

Statement Succulents

Succulents are plants with thick stems and leaves that are able to adapt in dry climates. Because they can grow in almost any type of light (although they prefer bright light), and because they don’t need much water, succulents are some of the most low maintenance plants you can purchase. This makes them very desirable. After all, who doesn’t want a house plant that is easy to keep alive and looks great? The best way to showcase these plants are in groups. They can survive in containers with other low-water plants and add an exotic color, shape, and texture to any group. The most poplar types of succulents are jade, aloe, and all of the varieties of cacti.

Dramatic Tall Trees

Tall trees add an extra dimension to rooms especially when they are in a corner. They set dramatic tones to a room because of their size, shape and beauty. Most of the time, a tall houseplant is the first thing you see in a room and will draw your eye into the design of the room, especially the pieces surrounding the plant. If you want to make a statement in your living room, sitting room, or foyer, there is nothing better than a large, vibrant houseplant. The best tall houseplants include the fiddleleaf fig, big snake plants, money trees and a variety of palms.

Cute Terrariums

If you aren’t familiar with terrariums they are an enclosed environment, usually with glass, where a variety of small plants and moss are grown. Terrariums are one of the cutest houseplant designs. Many of them come in classic bell jars, feature a variety of colorful plants, and some even come with or can be grown to duplicate a scene. They are a conversation starter for all of your guests. The best part about terrariums is that they look really good while being extremely low maintenance.

Vertical Gardens

Vertical gardens in the house are becoming very popular. Some vertical gardens are simply several rows of potted plants displayed on shelves. More detailed vertical gardens are literally attached to the wall and act as a piece of art. Either way you prefer to display your vertical garden, both styles are attention grabbers that will have your guests envious.There are several types of vertical houseplant species that are easy to grow. These species include ferns, geraniums, begonias, and lilies. They are low maintenance and sure to be a statement piece.

Cut Flowers

A trip to the grocery store or your local florist is easy and so worth it. A flower arrangement adds an extra dimension to your home. You can mix and match colors and textures as the seasons and your designs change. The best types of cut flowers are roses hydrangeas, hyacinth, lilac, daffodil, iris, and more.