Add texture to your interior with foliage plants

If you wish to introduce texture to your interior decor using foliage plants, there are numerous options to choose from, leaving you pondering where to commence. Houseplants have witnessed a surge in popularity in recent years, yet they have always held a significant role in interior decoration, whether it's for softening the overall aesthetic or purifying the air. Plants can be incorporated into any style of home, but having some guidance on which plants to select can ensure their long-term thriving and the enhancement of your indoor environment.

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Different varieties to add texture to your interior with foliage plants 

Consider the plant textures that would complement your interior styling. For instance, if you have patterned wallpaper, you might prefer a large, glossy-leaved houseplant. Conversely, if your walls feature solid colors, a substantial, feathery, or patterned plant would make a striking statement. In any case, your personal preference and taste should be the guiding factor. Plants should harmonize with your home, and they should not become a source of stress. Large, textured ferns, tall-stemmed Strelitzia, glossy-leaved Ficus, and feathery Asparagus ferns all offer various textural possibilities.

Where to position indoor plants to infuse texture into your interior with foliage plants

The placement of plants is crucial, not only for their care requirements, which naturally come first, but also to ensure they are visually pleasing to you. Illuminate a dimly lit corner with a tall Sansevieria, or grace your coffee table with a stylish Peperomia.

Master the art of caring for indoor plants

Two primary reasons account for the lack of success with houseplants: light and water. Many plants do not thrive in direct sunlight, while others flourish in low-light conditions. It's imperative to peruse the labels when purchasing your plants and conduct your own research. Our in-store experts can also assist you in selecting the right plants for your specific situation. Overwatering is a common issue, as we tend to be overly nurturing to our green companions. Unless you have a plant that requires constant moisture, it's highly unlikely that you will need to water more than once a week during the summer and every two weeks in the winter—this interval may extend for certain plant varieties.

Last but not least: the styling

The plant's presentation is just as crucial as the plant itself. Take into account the pot it resides in and any stands it may be placed on. Having a splendid plant alone won't suffice if it's merely placed on the floor within a basic container; therefore, it's essential to always contemplate a well-crafted pot as part of your styling.

We offer an extensive array of houseplants which are readily available in-store to provide guidance and information. Feel free to consult our team for further assistance; we are more than happy to help!