Plants have exploded in popularity over the past few years and it looks like the interior design trend is here to stay. Incorporating vegetation into decor adds beauty, texture and serenity to spaces, instantly making your house feel like a home. Even if you don’t have a green thumb, taking care of your green friends can add a much needed mediation aspect into your every day routine. So grab your gardening gloves, because we’ve rounded up eight great ways to decorate with plants.

1. Trellis Plant Wall

Create a statement wall with plants! This trellis instantly adds height to walls, while the many different kinds of plants creates awesome texture.

2. Indoor Water Plants

Keep your plant decor all year round with an Amazon Sword Plant. These low-maintenance, aquarium plants are a perfect solution for the cold and dark winter months. This ecosystem in a jar is easy to make and will add a pop of green to any space.

3. Plant Bar Cart

Although they were huge in 2017, bar carts are often underused; but don’t go donating yours just yet! Bar carts are a fun and unexpected way to show off your plant collection. By having all your plants on one cart, you create an instant indoor garden.

5. Living Bookends

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Attention is in the details, and bookends are often overlooked! Add a pop of color and greenery to your space with these DIY succulent bookends. With little to no maintenance required, these living decorations are an absolute must.

6. Fern Gallery Wall

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A fresh take on an interior design staple, a fern gallery wall is a simple and playful way to breathe life into your decor. Not only is the symmetrical design aesthetically pleasing, the pop of green adds just the right amount of color to rooms.

7. Dried Eucalyptus Branches

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Dried Eucalyptus bouquets are a great and easy way to incorporate greenery into your space. With a little dusting, these plants can last a long time. Their muted green hue and dried leaves give them a simple yet refined look, perfect for a farmhouse styled home.

8. Upside Down Herbs

Add a modern touch to your kitchen with an upside down herb garden. These stylish sky planters are perfect for apartment renters and small home owners; they don’t take up any space on the window sill and still get plenty of light.

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