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The Latest Plant Decorating Trend You Need to Know About

We all know how to use plants and art to spruce up a space. Take it a step further by putting these two together.

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Photography: @ma.siko and @lenmorv on Instagram (Main Photos)

We all know how plants can make for incredible decorative items around the home. Aside from their numerous health and wellness benefits, these potted wonders add a splash of color to a space, too. Likewise, works of art add a dynamic appeal to a home. From portraits and landscapes, to typography and smaller masterpieces, these can add sophistication to your home.

But if you want to take things up a notch, why not put these two together? Instead of going for a traditional indoor garden or a gallery wall, bring out some plants and your favorite art pieces to create your very own art and plant display! Here are some photos to give you ideas on how to pull off the newest gardening and decorating trend.

Prop up some shelves

One of the easiest ways to create an art and plant wall is by installing some shelves on your bare walls. You won’t have to worry about hanging up the works of art; just put multiple frames up behind your potted plants. You can also choose to add some mood lighting to amp up the charm of the space.

Get your ladder out

If you’ve got a ladder or standalone shelving unit you’re not using at home, you can use it to display your plants and art pieces. Intersperse your greens with small figurines and décor, then use the vacant space above for a large painting.

Maximize your storage unit

Your storage units can serve as a good place for your very own art and plants as well. This time, aside from simply adding some art and decorative pieces, feel free to incorporate other items as well, such as books, lamps, and candles, to give the space a cozy, lived-in feel.

Think outside the box

Often, all you need to do to refresh the look of your space is a bit of creativity and imagination. If you don’t want to go the usual route and simply hang a pot from your ceiling, try getting some wall planters instead. These come in interesting shapes and one-of-a-kind designs that will allow you to display your plants and art pieces in a whole new way.

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Let your creative juices flow

One final unconventional way to blend art and plants into a stunning display is by creating your own DIY piece. Aside from breathing life into the space, you also get to show off your own personal masterpiece!

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