Plant deco is definitely trending in 2020. Thankfully, unlike other social trends, this one may last longer than most because of their science-backed benefits. It turns out houseplants are beneficial for our health, home and well-being.
The Benefits of Interior Plants
Air Purifying Plants
If you have ever searched “purifying interior plants” on Google, you’ll know that there are an abundance of plants that do absolute wonders for your health and home. These plants have the ability to absorb the pollutants such as carbon dioxide in the air through their leaves and roots. These magic plants been proven to help eliminate harmful toxins in our homes caused by cleaning products, air fresheners, cosmetics and smoking. Some of the best air-purifying plants include: spider plants, dracaenas, bamboo, aloe vera, and peace lilies.
Reduced Stress Levels
Did you know that indoor plants can help you feel more comfortable and calm? Studies show that plants can reduce both physiological and psychological stress. Spending time around greenery does wonders for our health and well-being as they stave off stress and anxiety. What’s more, according to environmental health expert Danica-Lea Larcombe, “plants confer positive changes in in the brain’s electrical activity, muscle tension and heart activity.”
Aesthetically Pleasing Plant Decor
From tiny succulents to divine pot plants, there are so many to choose from. Whether it be to brighten up your living room or add some beach vibes to the bedroom, they’re a great way to jazz up interiors on a budget. When choosing a plant, bear in mind the sunlight, temperature and humidity of the room to ensure it will thrive. So hit up your local garden centre and invest in some green household additions.
Plant deco is a definite 2020 interior design trend. Apart from their aesthetical beauty, they can also help our health, stress levels and homes. So, if plants bring you joy why not decorate your home in an ecological manner?