Hey there my lovely top dreamers! Decorating with indoor vines and climbers is very popular as an option to freshen up any room in the home and I need to recognize that I love this interior trend! It is an amazing way to make any space more interesting for many reasons. For instance, plants not only bring the nature in, but make the space more vivid and add very positive note to the entire home.
From simple decor of shelves to statement wall decors and impressive indoor trellises that make your living room, kitchen, bathroom or bedroom come alive. So, let’s take a look at these ideas here and get inspired to add some of these plants indoors. Enjoy and have fun!
Indoor Vines and Climbers You Need to See
These climbers and vines here can cheer up and brighten up the interior, bringing the outside into the home. They tend to grow voraciously, which means they require regular pruning, monitoring food and water needs. I need to mention that there are a few common plants to choose from and all of them are very easy to grow. They are usually sold in hanging baskets so the vines arms dangle down from the basket. Light conditions vary according to the plant you have chosen for your interior.
Here are some vine plants you can add to your indoor space:
- Pothos – This plant is often confused with philodendron. Its leaves are heart shaped, but variegated with white or yellow. It can grow 6″ across with leaves 2 to 4″ across. Pothos plant does well with regular pruning and in any light exposure and it can be grown in hanging baskets or on an upright support.
- Philodendron – There are 200 species with some non-climbing varieties and some climbing that prefer occasional feeding, periodic watering and indirect sunlight. Climbing vines have aerial roots along the stem which attach themselves to any support and are usually grown in pots.
Spider plant – This is another climbing plant that has variegated green and white leaves with long steams off and that is night indestructible.
Swedish ivy – It is known as Swedish ivy or creeping Charlie and it has has scalloped, shiny green foliage that hang down in long arms. This plant truly thrives near a window, but also tolerates low to moderate light.
So, what do you think about these ideas to decorate your space with indoor vines and climbers my dear people? Do you find them vivid and cheerful as I do? I felt in love with the first idea, what about you? Share your opinion with me! If you have some other ideas on your mind, please share them too – I would love to see everything you have to show me! Thank you for reading! Enjoy in the rest of the day and don’t forget to stay up to date with the content of Top Dreamer!