Bringing The Green Into Your Home

Jun 11 2020
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One of my all time favorite projects was adding flower boxes to my master bedroom windows! I needed green so bad that winter because winter would simply NOT END. Seeing those growing happy plants every morning (even knowing it was cold and miserable and snowy outside) really helped me a lot. Since then I’ve added countless plants throughout the house, even had to add a plant table to the entryway because I ended up with too many! But, really, I don’t think “too many” is possible!

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Are you thinking about making the inside of your home greener? There are numerous benefits to taking this particular step. Indeed, research shows that bringing the outside into your home is going to improve the air quality of your property.

This could mean that you are going to have fewer problems with dust or small particles of the air which could reduce issues with breathing difficulties. Other research suggests that making your home greener inside can help you diminish stress levels.

Again, this could be due to how you will be boosting the environment itself but it could also be psychological. So the question then becomes, how should you bring the green into your home. Well, there are a few possibilities that you can explore here. 

Indoor Garden 

Could you create an indoor garden? Absolutely and you will find indoor garden kits online that could help you meet this goal. The benefit of doing this is that you will be able to grow things like herbs even if you don’t have a lot of space in your backyard while also getting the benefits of bringing the green inside.

This might sound like a messy or difficult idea but there are ways of keeping things neat and tidy. Essentially, we’re talking about using a small space in your property like a greenhouse. 

Living Art

It’s possible that you have been exploring ways to make the inside of your home more attractive and brighten up areas with bare walls. If that’s the case, then you might want to consider adding some living art to your home. Usually, this will be pieces of artwork made with moss.

It grows naturally while staying within the boundaries of the art piece and looks incredible. This can definitely be a talking piece for your property and will add a beautiful, natural aesthetic to your home. These art pieces are also available at prices that are going to match a  wide range of different budgets.

As such, you’re sure to be able to find the perfect piece for your home. 

The Right Plants

Of course, you can also think about adding a different, wide variety of plants to your home. Plants are great because they will help eliminate issues with high levels of CO2 in the atmosphere.

This can ensure that your air inside the home is greener and better for you. There are lots of different types of plans for you to explore, regardless of whether you have a small or large living space.

It’s entirely your decision and some ideas are tropical with unique aesthetics that are going to add a lot to the interior design. 

We hope this helps you understand some of the best ways to make the inside of your home more green and ensure that it does provide the benefits that you want. When you take these steps, you will immediately be able to see the advantages of a greener property and we don’t mean making your house eco friendly. 

One of my all time favorite projects was adding flower boxes to my master bedroom windows! I needed green so bad that winter because winter
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