06 Oct Top Trending Interior Decor Plants with Ashley Nicole Caldwell

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There’s nothing like fresh greenery to elevate a space and bring the outside in! Houseplants and succulents are the perfect finishing touches to make both residential and commercial spaces feel welcoming and comfortable. Ashley Caldwell of Cottage-Bound stopped in to let readers of Life-Styled by Stacy Garcia in on the best of trending interior botanicals!

Top Trending Easy to Care For Interior Decor Plants

 

Interior décor plants, also known as houseplants, have made a huge comeback and are currently on trend with a little help from “Greenery”, the Pantone color of the year.  They brighten up a neutral space without adding too much color and welcome you into any room.

THE BENEFITS OF GREENERY

Many plants offer an array of healthy benefits.  Most indoor plants filter chemicals such as trichloroethylene, xylene, toluene, benzene, and formaldehyde out of the air you breathe within your home.  They also create more clean oxygen for you at night.

Top Trending Houseplants

Snake Plant and Succulents

NO GREEN THUMB, NO PROBLEM

Taking care of plants amongst the many other daily tasks you have can cause resentment and neglect but thanks to this list of low maintenance foliage all that can change.  Here is a list of today’s top trending interior décor plants that require little water or sunlight to thrive:

Pothos

Snake Plants

Succulents

Air Plants

Cacti

Spider Plants

Philodendrons

Aloe Plants

Cast-Iron Plants

Rubber Tree Plants

Top Trending House Plants

Snake Plants and Succulents

Just knowing the health benefits they offer and that your life won’t be tied down to a daily plant watering regimen should be reason enough to get onboard the houseplant train and have a stylishly chic home too.

 


 

Ashley Nicole Caldwell
Founder | Curator
Cottage-Bound

1Comment
  • Nataliya
    Posted at 16:49h, 06 October Reply

    Ooh thanks for this list! After 2 dead fiddles, it’s clear I definitely don’t have a green thumb and it’s kept me from having plants indoors. Looks like I’ll give it another try!

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