Living with Plants

It's been proven that by simply adding house plants into the home, your creativity and productivity is increased. Here at Meylor, we love to take inspiation straight from nature because there's really nothing more elegant or minimal than

Whether you're a freelancer working from the comfort of your own house or you consider your home as your safe haven and the number place to just unwind and relax after a day at work; multiple house plants will make you feel more at ease making you feel that real 'at home' feeling.
Buying house plants is a cheaper alternative to adding a little personality into a home, a bit of greenery can really compliment a minimal, white room; it's very Nordic. 

When living in the busy city of London it's easy to feel disconnected with the great outdoors and nature, adding green around the house brings a healthy bit of the outside inside. It's also incredibly therapeutic to take care of house plants, is there anything more satisfying than keeping your plants alive for months on end?

It's been proven that by simply adding house plants into the home, your creativity and productivity is increased. Here at Meylor, we love to take inspiration straight from nature because there's really nothing more simply or elegant than nature itself.

Used and untouched spaces can be transformed into your new favourite flourishing patch with a little greenery. Adding plants doesn't just make your place look aesthetically pleasing, but it's also functional. Growing your own herbs in an make-shift herb garden on a window ledge also provides any meal with some healthy and delicious home-grown herbs. 

But, what are the best homes for house plants?

In the bathroom: An injection of foliage is the perfect way to breathe some life into a plain old bathroom. A bathroom will commonly have low-light and high humidity and surprisingly, many plants thrive off this kind of environment. For any bathroom a fern, ivy or snake plant will live happily and healthy. This reason been, these plants enjoy humidity and their incredible ability to purifying the air. 

 

The living room: Almost any plant will live happily ever after in most living rooms; depending on light levels. A large statement plant looks great in a minimal living space especially a rubber fig. These again, purify the air the but the deep green colour works perfectly with white walls and minimal furnishing. There's also the classic succulents that live through anything - even when you forget to water them. These exotic greens add charisma and style into any home.

Post written by Cara Curtis

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