Sun’s out, and Summer will be here before we know it. It’s time to start bringing in the plants, and make them a part of your summer home!
Houseplants can become your biggest allies when it comes to creating the Summer home of your dreams. Whichever is the style you’re going for in your home decor, plants always have a way of fitting in and completing the scene. So, if you’re not sure how to make your house ready for the Summer, here is a clever and simple hack: turn to houseplants! Below you will find some of our favorite, which will hopefully help you come to a decision.
Cacti are Summer all the way. They are great for warmer environments, and if you’re not the best person at handling plants, these are guaranteed to survive in your hands! They also give a dreamy Palm Springs vibe, making your home feel one step closer to Palms Desert.
String of Pearls
For more scandi, minimalist looks, the best houseplants should be equally simple. This stunning String of Pearls can be hung in your kitchen, or entryway, and it will add a pop of color to any room. It is also very easy to take care of, meaning it’s a win-win situation.
With an exotic look, Rattlesnake plant has these amazing bordeaux leaves that will make you want to put it on display in every room of the house. They have an edgy and trendy look to them, and they look stunning in ceramic vases!
Split Leaf Philodendron
Split Leaf Philondredon, or Monstera Deliciosa, as you prefer, is definitely one of the trendiest houseplants right now! From every room of the house to even wallpapers with this plant’s gorgeous pattern imprinted on them, everyone seems to have one these days.
It’s easy to understand the madness, as they look amazing in pretty much any setting, room, and style! We, of course, rather see them in more scandinavian and mid-century homes. As for practical advices, know that you can keep them in low light, meaning you don’t necessarily have to place them right across your windows, making them perfect for an apartment’s entryway, for example.
Snake plants are very similar to Rattlesnake houseplants, but they usually don’t haved that redness to them. As for advices on how to keep them alive, remember that Snake plants need a lot of sunlight, and they shouldn’t be watered too often! Tip: let them dry out in between waterings so make sure you’re not drowning it in water.
A stunning vine, Pothos can be placed in your mid-century plant stand. In fact, make sure you give them space to grow and sprawl out. As for tips on how to take care of your new houseplant, know that Pothos plants are very adaptable, and can grow in different light conditions. Moderate indoor lighting is enough. As for water, make sure you don’t overwater them, but keep the soil moist. Allow it to dry in between waterings to ensure your plant will live a little bit longer!
We love the warm, cool vibe of the split leaf philondredon, so it only makes sense that this is our ultimate choice. We have decided to pair it with one of Essential Home’s most iconic sideboards, and a nice DelightFULL white lamp for a more scandinavian feeling.
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