If you’re seeking for an straightforward way to add life to your interior, we at Decoist are partial to the fashionable option of an air plant! You’re most likely really familiar with these organic wonders and the way they’re taking the style globe by storm, but just in case you’re not, right here are a few details. For starters, air plants are also known as Tillandsia, and they absorb water and nutrients by means of their leaves. They don’t want the soil to survive, but they DO need water.
An urban air plant garden
I was the lucky recipient of the air plant you see above, a lovely selection from ProPlants. In fact, this Airplant Terrarium Globe came with the glass globe you see, as effectively as the plant, pebbles and twine (must I choose to hang this modern day garden in the future)! A particular thank you to a specific Decoist Editor In Chief for this gift–the excellent uncover for a style enthusiast!
Air plants brighten a assortment of interiors
Air Plant Care
So how do you care for air plants? Misting and soaking them are two techniques to make sure they stay moist, but care directions might differ provided the conditions of your interior. For the choice featured in nowadays’s post, ProPlants recommends removing the plant from the orb, then thoroughly drenching it 2-3 times per week. Check with your nearby nursery or location of purchase for a lot more information on care details when it come to the specifics of your air plant.
An air plant adds life to a kitchen window
Air Plant Possibilities…
When it comes to decorating with your air plant, the possibilities are endless. Many people favor glass orbs like the one pictured all through today’s post. Other folks enjoy incorporating them into succulent arrangements with other specific particulars, such as seashells and branches for a whimsical impact. Not to mention, air plants mix properly with other decorative flourishes, such as curiosities and quirky treasures.
Combine air plants with other exclusive decor
Don’t forget…you can commence your own air plant garden by collecting more than 1 of these beauties. Beneath we see a spiky selection, as nicely as a extended-leafed plant with a rosy tint. Each sit in the image window in my kitchen, and they make me satisfied each day, bringing a bit of life to my modern day culinary space with black and chrome accents.
A pair of air plants in a image window
Do you own an air plant? How have you incorporated it into your house? Do you hold it inside, or is it a component of your outside space? Share all the style details by leaving a comment below…
You’;re reading What a Difference an Air Plant Tends to make,