Best Plants For The Bedroom
Transforming your bedroom into the peaceful, lush, and beautiful sanctuary of your dreams is as easy as adding some well-chosen plants to your decor. Read on to learn how to incorporate plants into your bedroom.
Tip 1: Turn a bare corner into a focal point
Fill up an empty corner with a lush, dramatic plant, like the open weave Dracaena Marginata or a tall and elegant Ficus Altissima. You can place your plant directly on the floor in its saucer, or give it some height on a plant stand. Choosing an impactful and easy-care focal plant means more time for rest and relaxation and less time worrying about keeping it happy.
Tip 2: Add some green to your bedside tables
Put one or two small plants next to your lamp or alarm clock, or fill up an entire shelf. A trailing Philodendron Heartleaf or a Red Prayer Plant will leave plenty of room for your phone and current bedtime read. Sansevierias are a great addition to your bedroom as they produce the majority of their oxygen at night, cleaning the air while you snooze.
For an easy solution, the Low Light Bundle pairs a Whale Fin Sansevieria and Red Prayer Plant for the ultimate cozy, low-lit space duo.
Tip 3: Add a few statement plants
Turn your bedroom into a true indoor jungle with large statement plants like the Monstera, Staggered Yucca Cane, and a Bamboo Palm. Larger plants create a dramatic effect with minimal effort. Don’t be afraid to take advantage of floor space. The more space taken up by plants, the less room there is for dirty clothes to pile up—at least that’s what we’ll tell ourselves.
Don’t stop with your bedroom! We’ve got the best plants for every space.
Whether you live in a dark basement apartment or a sunny studio, are looking to transform your bathroom into a green oasis, or want to add more green to your kitchen, we have the plants perfect for any home.