Succulents are often regarded as the best entryway into the world of plants. They are extremely low maintenance, don’t take much space, and are stronger than anything else. Anyone with the bare minimum knowledge of plants can take care of them properly. They are also one hell of a beautiful plant and attract attraction without needing vibrant flowers attached to them.
You can easily buy succulents online and dot them around your house to immediately increase the aesthetics of your home. Here are a few of the many decoration ideas:
Small, cute, and adorable:
Some succulent varieties are tiny compared to other plants and look just as adorable. Getting some for your dining table and bedside table will make those places lively and nice to look at. You can use these small potted succulents to fill in dead spots around your house that are big enough to be noticeable but small enough that no other decoration piece fits there.
Succulents themselves are lush green but are often on the minimalist side. You can put them in pure white pots for a minimalist aesthetic, but what’s the fun in that. Instead, you can purchase pots that are colorful and are made of unusual shapes and materials. This includes everything from clear glass bowls to antique ceramic pots with artistic etchings. This will let you customize your plant according to the part of the house it is in and match the aesthetic of that room/living space.
It is really easy to go overboard with shelves in your house without having anything meaningful to put on them. A plain wall looks better than a wall with an empty shelf, and you can put books on a few of them without making your house decoration look repetitive. The solution? Potted succulents. They are small enough to fit on any shelf and have enough variety that you can put a unique one on every single shelf in your home.
Hanging most plants is a difficult endeavor, especially horizontally. This isn’t the case with succulents. They are tiny, so you can just hand their pots with small strings from the ceiling without having to worry about supporting their weight. Additionally, their gravity-defying property of not having to grow upwards means that you can create framed gardens hanging from your wall.