Show Off Your Green Thumb: Bathroom Plant Decorating
Some of us are born with a green thumb, while others find it difficult to keep a plant alive. No matter where you land on the plant expertise scale, everyone should give the plant trend a try! Currently, there is a movement to have more indoor plants and having a pseudo-garden. There are many benefits to having plants in your home. They have air-purifying qualities and provide your home with a verdant and vibrant aesthetic. Besides the bedroom and living room, a bathroom plant is sure to thrive.
Let’s say you don’t have the fortunate green thumb; what’s a simple way to get you to water the plants? The easiest location to place the plants would definitely be the kitchen and the bathroom. There are several reasons why having plants in the bathroom and the kitchen would be a fantastic addition.
The Bathroom Plant
While most bathrooms are often neutral or monochromatic, adding a plant will surely give the bathroom a pop of color. But no matter what color scheme you are working with, a couple of plants will brighten your bathroom space in all the perfect ways. A simple fern plant in a white vase or a potted plant will give your bathroom the perfect green accent. In the image above, the white toilet may seem dull, but the toilet lever along with it complements the plant as well.
There are no guidelines when it comes to displaying your plants in your bathroom. You can choose plants with more height or length without hesitation. In the image above, the plant on the left corner of the countertop makes a bold statement in the gold-colored vase. The white flowers bloom brings out a refreshing breath of air and depth to the bathroom. Additionally, you can’t go wrong matching this plant with the English Country Bathroom Bridge faucet in polished brass. The combination of the two will make the bathroom feel alive and vibrant.
Style your surrounding bathtub with beautiful succulents to give it the high-class bohemian hotel room style. Begin by utilizing wood pieces like stools to place your succulents to give them height around the tub. Using succulents will do wonders at transforming your bathroom – a bit more than classic green options. To really bring everything together, a wall mounted bathtub faucet in oil rubbed bronze is a nice addition to the bathroom.