The best way to decorate your home while not spending a fortune is to use indoor plants. The lush green plants add a touch of freshness to your space. They add an element of serenity to the surroundings. All it takes is some investment into good looking flowering pots and take care of them regularly.
You can make use of all types of hanging pots, big or small or big troughs with multiple small pots. A window ledge or a corner next to a window is the most common site for an indoor plant. But there is no hard and fast rule that this has to be it. A beautiful plant bearing small colorful flowers is an ideal center piece for the coffee table in the sitting room. Similarly, a leafy plant can adorn the top of your dresser just as effortlessly.
A few things to keep in mind are the basic dos and don’ts of keeping plants indoors. Since these plants are light sensitive, exposure to too much light for too long can damage them. Also inadequate light kills them. Keeping them moist and watering properly is also a key factor. The indoor plants require enough space, so that that they are not crammed or just stuffed in any space available. You have to make sure that the plant has enough space around it to breathe and flourish properly. For the maintenance, you need to get rid of the dead leaves or drooping stems and flowers every now and then.