There are many reasons to be widely adopted to bring the tree into your home they look nice, they clean the air, they add life to a room. But here’s one you probably have not thought about …
They can make a space feel larger.
When strategically placed, houseplants dramatic low poked, scanned the ceiling, and spread out will attract the eye, highlights the vertical space or a second floor. Here are nine houseplants over-the-top and how they work as unobtrusive space in a special room. Here are some examples of how it works:
By adopt Wing Span (as above)
This is it: the fig leaf fiddle to end all fig leaves fiddle. It is sweeping, graceful, and know exactly how to move in space.
By Taking You to the next level
If you have a second floor with a port or a loft, located on the upper floor plants pulled up his eyes. Arrange trees hung along the railing so that they spill over the edge. The explosion of colors call attention to a possibility of the previous highest score in your home, a place where you can see the full height of two stories at once is what.
A blend drooping leaves attracted attention to the second floor of Jenn & Hunter historic Landmark Apartments.
According to some of the hit single most of the colors in an all-white apartment, hanging plants along the stunning terraces, invite you to the loft.
by Go to Great Long
ivies, Pothos, and strings of pearls playing long and flowing up vertical space in a house. In the same way that the floor-to-ceiling curtains can make a room look taller, long hanging plants draw the eye up. If you have a small space, but surprisingly high ceilings, choose one of these varieties.
Pothos which lost the entire length of a long, narrow shelf unit shoulders up vertical space in this apartment.
this grape development to highlight both the beam ceiling and a bench down below.
tree hanging over your head towards your gaze up, up, all the way to the ceiling.
By spreading Out
have you heard of manspreading. . . well, this is the orchid. Vines, stretches along the walls and indoor plants that branch out in all directions shown all the space for development.
a climbing vine along the length of a wall, up nearly molding, bringing our look around the room.
by making you feel small
the towering, over-the-top houseplants can only make you contemplate your own nonsense. They emphasize the large space is really like, because only 20 barefoot can keep them.
I may have to retract my last statement on fiddle leaf fig tree. This is huge.
Because each library to a tree high to reach the top shelf, right?
(image credit: other Ballroom; Bethany Nauert; Urban Outfitters blog, Design Sponge; Emily Billings; Location jj; Rooted from design (Ten Speed Press); Angi Welsch; Tracy Schumate for Covet Garden)