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Bringing the Outdoors In: Greenery Décor

Who says plants need to stay in the garden? Infuse your space with some fresh life for spring by adding greenery to your décor. Stumped on where to start? We have some suggestions on how to bring the outdoors in.

Bringing the Outdoors In: Greenery Décor
Potted Trees, Sure to Please

Adding a potted tree to your space can add some much-needed life to otherwise neglected corners. Place the base in a woven basket instead of a traditional pot or pail to infuse some warmth. Pick up a fruit tree, and harvest your own lemons indoors. Stylish and functional. Take into consideration room temperature and space before picking up that extra-large palm tree at the greenhouse.

Sucker for Succulents

Succulents are the perfect starter plant for anyone lacking a green thumb. They flourish with just a small amount of care and add diversity of color and texture to your space. Find a sunny spot and create your own terrarium, or collect your succulents of choice and plant in a row for a touch of whimsy.

Get Cooking with Herb Gardens

The best part about an indoor herb garden? You don’t need to run back to the grocery store when you accidentally forget that basil. Window ledges are the perfect place to grow your herbs and add a playful punch of style to your home. Not to mention, potent herbal scents like parsley, rosemary, and cilantro will leave your home smelling fresh.

Vertical Gardens with Personality

Vertical gardens are a cool trend popping up in apartments all over. Instead of placing plants on flat surfaces, turn your wall into a standing garden. Stores like Ikea, Pottery Barn, and Crate & Barrel have all the necessities for creating your wall including hanging planters and wall hooks. Get some inspiration online, and then turn your wall into a forest. Not only do you get more space by looking up, but it also creates an accent wall sure to be the focal point for your guests.

Share your indoor oasis by tagging us in your photos with @prometheus_apartments on Instagram. We can’t wait to see how you celebrate the Season of Grow.