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These Photos Prove that Plants Can Instantly Improve Your Home

You can place them in the bedroom and even in your workspace

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Gone are the days when plants are just found in the garden or balcony. They have become an important part of our decor that we often see potted plants in the living area, herbs in the kitchen, and even a vase filled with fresh flowers in the dining room.

If you're not yet convinced that these beauties deserve a spot in your home, these photos will make you reconsider. You don't even have to worry about maintenance as you can choose plants that are easy to care for! Get your gloves and gardening tools ready and let these snapshots inspire you:

Main photos from: Bloglovin and Case Work.

A refreshing window treatment

Think that your bathroom is too bare? If you need to "take cover," huge potted plants are your best friends! Place them by the window for a refreshing tropical feel! You can even choose ones with captivating scents that can help deodorize your private space.

Photo from Bloglovin.

A welcome sight after work

Your work area doesn't have to give you the feeling of dread. Enjoy working and don't worry about deadlines by having a group of plants that can help you fight the stress away. You can even hang some of your planters so that when your eyes are tired, you can simply look up and feel refreshed.

Photo from Case Work.

An exotic touch in the bedroom

If you are brave enough to transform your bedroom into a personal oasis, climbing plants can help spruce up an empty wall. Cleaning your room regularly is a must! You don't want your space to become a breeding ground for mosquitoes and pets, right?

Photo from Harpers Bazaar.

A good way to maximize vertical space

We've seen different kinds of chandeliers, art, and other decor pieces that homeowners choose to decorate the ceiling. Since you love the company of greens and blooms, don't shy away from quirky and unique planters. You can set these up in the dining area—perfect for get-togethers or even in the kitchen—as a away of showcasing your herbs.

Photo from Etsy.

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