Palms, ferns and succulents of all shapes and sizes are making their way indoors faster than ever. Why? Real plants provide fresh oxygen, remove toxins from the air and bring stress levels down. And while not actually alive, faux florals are said to lend an improved sense of well-being as well as help muffle unwanted noises. Aside from the health and lifestyle benefits, incorporating house plants into your decor is an on-trend way to freshen up your look and add color to your palette.
If you’re just dipping a toe in the trend, try a faux floral as part of your coffee table styling. You can pair it with books, boxes and more, rearranging the pieces without worrying about the plant dying. Love this lively look? Create a kitchen garden with fresh foliage and herbs. If you have a window, this space likely gets enough light for your garden to thrive. And if you’re all-in on the verdant craze, deck out a shelf with faux and live plants, framed foliage prints and Pantone’s 2017 Color of the Year, Greenery. Show it off by taking a “shelfie” and tagging us using @homedepot.