How To Style Your Plants 101

We're going to take design styling back a few steps and talk about plants. Now, they can be real or faux. However, nowadays faux plants look and feel like the real deal! So, in this post I'm going to give you ideas on how to style your plants and make them cohesive with your design esthetic.

Plants faux or not, can be a great accent to a home or any space for that matter. For those of you that are into Feng Shui, plants are one of the elements to have in your home along with other things, but that's for another post. I'm going to break down somewhat of plants that will go great with any decor style. Greenery creates interest and texture to your home, so I'm taking it back to designing with plants 101. Don't just put them anywhere!


"My fake plants died because I did not pretend to water them."

Types of plants and how to style with them:

Monstera plant - This plant is more of a tropical plant that has very big leaves. Typically this plant is usually styled for the outdoors because of the size, but getting single stems and placing them sparsely in a vase with one or two stems would look great on a counter top or island once the season changes. Since the stems of these plants are typically shorter putting them in a short but medium to large width vase will give it a really nice contrast.

The picture below is a way to illustrate how to bring this plant in your house/space.