Houseplant Design Tips for Every Space

Schismatoglottis houseplant used as centerpiece

Stunning Centerpieces

If you're looking to create a captivating table centerpiece, living houseplants infuse natural beauty into your décor. Any of the houseplants in our Trending Tropicals® collection will stand out as a showstopper. These unique plants add a touch of exotic allure and bring refreshing vibrancy to your table. One star of the collection is stunning Schismatoglottis, with striking variegated foliage for a distinctive appearance. It commands attention and can be an instant conversation starter.

The magic of a small houseplant centerpiece lies in its natural versatility and low-maintenance requirements. Houseplants complement a wide range of table styles, contributing to a special hosting experience. They plants quietly add fresh oxygen to the air, creating a more refreshing, relaxed ambiance. The Trending Tropicals® collection, with its rare and unique varieties like Schismatoglottis, offers you a fantastic opportunity to elevate your table settings. Why settle for a ho-hum traditional centerpiece when you can adorn your table with lush, living, houseplants that promote a sense of natural serenity?


Palms used as houseplants in a home office

Boost Your Productivity

Add greenery to your workspace and you may notice a profound impact on your productivity and overall well-being. Houseplants offer numerous benefits, and two excellent options to consider are Sansevieria and mini succulents.

Sansevieria, also known as Snake Plant, purifies air by removing small amounts of toxins while releasing fresh oxygen. This may help enhance your concentration and reduce stress.

Mini succulents bring a touch of charm to your desk with their petite and low-water nature. These small wonders may boost your mood and add a delightful aesthetic to your workspace.

Transform your work area into a healthier, happier space by introducing these green companions into your daily routine.


 Scindapsus Moonlight Houseplant hanging in living room

No Table Space? Hang It!

Limited table space doesn't mean you have to sacrifice the benefits of having houseplants. Hanging plants are an excellent solution! Two standout options are Moonlight Scindapsus and Global Green Pothos. These plants save valuable surface area (and keep plants out of reach of your kids or pets!).

Moonlight Scindapsus, known for its stunning silver-hued leaves, adds an elegant touch to your décor while requiring minimal care.

Global Green Pothos, with its lush, trailing vines is incredibly adaptable to different lighting conditions.

Introduce these hanging plants into your home to enjoy the benefits of greenery and maximize your space. This creating a harmonious, inviting atmosphere that promotes well-being and elevates your overall décor.


Houseplant palm decorating a bedroom space

Ensure Sweet Dreams

Adding lush greenery is an easy way to elevate your bedroom décor and improving your sleep quality. One standout choice is Majesty Palm. This elegant plant beautifies your bedroom while brings a multitude of other benefits, particularly in aiding restful sleep. Majesty Palm offers graceful, arching fronds and tropical allure to create a calming atmosphere.

Majesty Palm also contributes to a more peaceful environment by releasing moisture into the air, which especially beneficial in dry climates. Beyond the physical benefits, simply caring for a living plant like this may help reduce stress and promote a sense of tranquility, further enhancing your sleep quality. Introduce a touch of luxury and a boost to your sleep by welcoming the Majesty Palm into your bedroom.


Houseplants decorating a kitchen

Greenify Your Kitchen

Your kitchen may not be the first place you think about houseplants, but they can be a game-changer. Live plants add aesthetic appeal and wellness benefits to your culinary haven. Consider placing an Aloe Vera plant on your windowsill and a Money Tree on your counter to achieve the perfect blend of style and functionality.

Aloe Vera thrives in the bright kitchen's natural light and offers practical benefits. It's is renowned for its healing properties, with the gel inside its leaves being a natural remedy for minor burns and skin irritations. 

On your kitchen counter, Money Tree is an attractive choice. Known for its distinctive braided trunk and vibrant green leaves, it symbolizes good fortune and prosperity. Its presence in your kitchen not only enhances the overall décor and may contribute to a healthier, more enjoyable cooking environment. 


Fiddle Leaf Fig houseplant in living room

Elevate Your Living Room

When decorating your living room, large plants create a captivating, inviting atmosphere. Showcase a majestic Fiddle Leaf Fig and the lush Monstera as statement pieces. 

Fiddle Leaf Fig, with its iconic broad leaves, adds a touch of elegance and drama to your living room. Emphasize its tall, upright growth with a sleek plant stand. It creates an instant focal point. Meanwhile, Monstera, known for its striking split leaves, thrives when given room to climb. Elevating it with a decorative stand allows this beauty to cascade gracefully, creating a lush, tropical vibe that complements your décor.

Large plants breathe life into your living room. Their presence has been linked to reduced stress and improved overall well-being. Harness the beauty and benefits of large plants in your living room with creative placement.


Aglaonema chinese evergreen houseplant used as a decor accent

Perfect Decorating Accents

Aglaonema, also known as Chinese Evergreen, with its lush, beautifully patterned leaves, imbues an elegant touch to rooms. Its adaptability to various light conditions makes it a versatile choice, while its low water needs make it perfect for houseplant beginners.

For smaller spaces or if you need a subtle décor boost, small plants like succulents, cacti, or small houseplants are ideal. They require minimal maintenance and can be placed on shelves, windowsills, or as tabletop accents. These petite beauties bring charm, color, and a breath of fresh air to tight corners or modest surfaces, proving that, regardless of the space, plants can be the perfect finishing touch to your décor.

Written by Justin Hancock