…Continued from Part 1
5. English Ivy (Hedera helix):
It is one of the easiest to grow plants which can drastically improve the air quality of your room. It is known to absorb toxins in the air and reduce airborne molds, thus proving beneficial for those with respiratory allergies.
Care & Maintenance:
English Ivy is an evergreen climbing vine which has a tendency to spread as long as it has some support. It requires medium to bright light and can’t tolerate standing water.
Ever wondered if the plants you placed indoors can be more than just for beautification? Yes, indoor plants can improve your quality of life in many ways. Here I’m listing the eight plants that can be grown indoors to give you beauty with many other benefits.
Lavender is an aromatic herb which purifies the air. It is known to reduce stress and anxiety, as well as slow down your heart rate. Lavender oil is extensively used, but why limit to just that when you can plant Lavender indoors and take its benefit all through the day and night. The lavender plant will make your place feeling fresh, relaxed and purified. It also repels insects.
Care & Maintenance:
Lavender grows well in hot and dry conditions, so make sure the pot has good drainage with slightly alkaline soil and is placed in a sunny location (ideally towards a south facing window). The best part is that you can propagate lavender from plant cuttings.
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Doesn’t the feeling of being close to nature bring an instant feeling of happiness and freshness? The smell of fresh flowers, the calmness of the greenery, the chirping of the birds and the walk on the grass – all touch our senses deeply.
If you are remodeling your space or constructing a new one, these ideas will come handy to bring your outdoors to your indoors.
(Or, if you are looking for just interior and decor modifications, check out our article here).
Doesn’t the feeling of being close to nature, bring an instant sense of happiness and freshness? The fragrance of fresh flowers, the calmness of the greenery, the chirping of the birds and the walk on the grass – all touch our senses deeply.
As spring is around the corner, how about letting “in” your outdoor spaces? There can be architectural methods to do it while you are still planning your built space or renovating it. Or you can try simple interior and décor modification that can indeed bring “in” your outdoors.
Follow these tips and ideas to bring your outdoor space “indoors”.
Interior & Décor Modifications
Whether you have large windows or small ones, open them up to bring a fresh, airy feel to the whole room. This way you can appreciate the sounds and smells outside while being inside.