Even if you don't have a green thumb, you need a dose of the outdoors in your home. Decorating with plants is an affordable way to transform a space, spark joy, clear the air, and remove indoor toxins. Plus, plants can be easily moved between spaces (yes, spaces that differ in style!).

Succulents on a Sill

Succulents are great because they're forgiving. They don't require a lot of care, and they thrive just about anywhere. That said, they do like having friends! Try grouping succulents together on a window sill in matching pots.

An Abundance of Potted Trees 

If you are plant-obsessed, try peppering potted trees throughout your living space for a chic, solarium-like effect.

A Layered Corner

We love how the House Beautiful team transformed this vignette with our Scalloped Screen and Hexagonal Ottoman. The trick here: plants are placed at varying heights. Some sit on the floor while others hang. This organic and layered approach is sure to breathe life into any corner.

Practical Herbs

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Hang herbs in your kitchen for a dash of greenery that you can actually use.

Cut Tropicals

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If you don't want to deal with the upkeep of a potted plant, cut tropical leaves are a fantastic move. They offer a dramatic, sculptural look (and they last much longer than cut flowers).

Faux Real

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And if you really can't deal with the upkeep of a living plant, hunt for a faux fig tree that will fool event your most astute friend.

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