Indoor plants don’t just look good – they improve your health too

Lately, when you browse through Instagram, Pinterest or interior design blogs, plant-scaped rooms have been extremely popular, and for good reason too! Indoor plants are the hottest trend right now because it is the easiest way to add some life, colour and texture to a space. But, they offer so much more than that as they not only help your interior but improve your health too just by being in your home. Surrounded by an environment with plants can help you reduce stress, improve many other health-related issues such as high blood pressure and heart rate, and help to get rid of toxins in the air.

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If indoor plants are going to make your home stylish as well as contribute to your health, then why not show them off? Here are some indoor plants to get you started!

FIDDLE-LEAF FIG

One of the most popular indoor plants, Fiddle-leaf fig will give your space a tropical look with its large, luscious leaves. It helps cleanse the air from unwelcomed toxins.

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PEACE LILY

You can’t go wrong with this gorgeous plant. With its shiny green leaves and white flower, a peace lily can work perfectly in a living room or a hallway. The best part? It requires little water and sunlight and helps to get rid of toxins such as acetone.

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DEVIL’S IVY

 These little heart-shaped leaves are extremely easy to look after and will be a heavenly addition to your collection. Just be sure to keep this away from your pets!

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MOTHER-IN-LAW’S TONGUE/ SNAKE PLANT

 What an interesting name, right? This plant would work best if put in your bedroom as it emits oxygen while you sleep!

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Are you looking to make modifications to your home or renovate your house to make it more eco-friendly? Book a call or chat to our team of experts on 1800 184 284 today for free advice!

 

Manya Mehra

Manya graduated with an Honours degree in 2018 in Creative and Professional Writing. Alongside that, she is passionate about interior design, house renovation and art.

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