Plants bring natural beauty to our living spaces. By creating texture and balance, a room can be transformed into an environment that comforts and welcomes.

Plants can do more than look pretty, so we have to sneak them into our man-made spaces, and there are several ways to do so, probably the most important and most beneficial is adding plants as part of your daily living space.

There are so many reasons to include a healthy dose of plant life in any and every room of your home - including your actual health. Beyond their aesthetic value, plants simply make us feel better, so well that having plants in your home proved to reduce stress, and clean the air we breathe by acting as little oxygen factories.

Any well designed interior plan/layout should look for opportunities to add plants into your space. And if space is already designed, and furnished, you can always refresh your living space or workspace any time of the year and benefit from adding a lush, thriving green plant to your environment.

Plants can help us relax and focus, leading to increased productivity, creativity, idea generation, and problem-solving capabilities, as well as, help bring the outside, inside during the dark winter months.

Plants also bring plenty of advantages with them as decor accessories, including the range of colors and textures that they can be counted on to add. But one of the best things about plants is the versatility that they offer in terms of scale.

They can be small enough to accent a tiny table or small, open shelving.

Or they can be large enough to command floor space of their own.

Sometimes a room can have too little green and too much empty space, or your space just doesn’t feel complete, and the common mistake we all do is fill it up with more furniture when a floor plant can be just the right solution.

A floor plant could be the missing ingredient that completes the room while bringing a new sense of freshness to the decor.